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Tiwa Savage Pays Homage To Nigerian Heritage At King Charles III’s Coronation Concert

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Nigerian singer Tiwa Savage performed at the coronation concert of King Charles III of the United Kingdom on the evening of May 7, 2023, at the Windsor Castle in London.

The Afrobeat queen infused the concert with her composure, assurance, and magnetic personality, mesmerizing the monarch and the multitudes of attendees who had journeyed from various corners of the world to experience the momentous occasion.

During the event, the artiste sang her popular 2019 track titled “Keys To The Kingdom,” which appeared on Beyoncé’s album, The Lion King: The Gift.

Her Nigerian heritage was reflected in her choice of attire – a dazzling satin gown in green, radiating an exquisite beauty that paid homage to her roots and represented her country.

Tiwa Savage’s display of talent, culture, and national pride during the coronation concert of King Charles III was an exceptional performance.

Incorporating traditional Nigerian instruments, such as the renowned talking drum, into her performance, she added a distinctive flair to the show while also highlighting her cultural roots.

The fact that the singer was able to mesmerize the audience through her music, fashion choices, and use of traditional instruments speaks volumes about her artistry and position as one of the most esteemed and refined female vocalists in the world.

King Charles III was formally crowned, marking the first coronation ceremony in Britain since 1953.

He became the monarch of Britain on September 8, 2022 at the passing of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II.

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