The path of every individual is cut out from the birth and continues throughout the entirety of life. Indeed, greatness is inherent in some persons, while others have to struggle to attain that height. For Nigerian songstress, Tiwa Savage, her sojourn into the music industry was not y accident but was a vision of her desire to express herself with amazing lyrics. There’s no doubt that she has the eloquence and charisma to handle the travails that are characteristic in every field of life, especially in the tortuous journey to greatness in the male-saturated music industry – Tiwatope Savage otherwise known by her stage name, Tiwa Savage, doesn’t need any introduction as far as the Nigerian (and indeed global) music industry is concerned. With her sojourn into the world of music in 1996 at the age of 16, she weathered the storm to become a prominent artist in an industry that has more male recording artists than their female counterparts. Despite having a degree in Business Administration from the University of Kent, Tiwa Savage went on to show that she indeed understands the business of managing her musical career better than doing the same in a business setting. From her backup vocals in her teens for leading artists like Mary J. Blige and George Michael to her recording contract with Mavin Records in 2012, she proved that “a woman can perform like and even better than a man” in the music industry. Her dexterity paid off with her debut Extended Play (EP), “Sugarcane”. It’s worth mentioning that this collection of hit singles was reportedly released because Tiwa Savage felt she needed to offer her fans an Extended Play (EP) after successfully debuting two albums, “Once Upon a Time”, and “R.E.D”. Sugarcane was widely accepted, partly because of the benign-style of vocals, and collaboration with notable artists, such as Ayodeji Balogun (Wizkid), Maleek Berry, and Spellz.