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‘Tiwa Savage and Seyi Shay are copying me’

29 August 2014, 11:35

Lagos - UK-based singer May7ven has said that she influenced the music of Tiwa Savage and Seyi Shay.

In an interview Nigerian Entertainment Today (NET) May7ven said that she is the pioneer for the new school female pop divas and had worked with Tiwa Savage and Shey Shay in the UK in the past.

Also read:Tiwa Savage’s second album set for 2014

The musician is currently in Nigeria promoting her new song What Ya Feeling produced by Tee-Y Mix.

The  daughter of ex-Nigerian international Segun Odegbami said that since she is an innovator she expected that her new style will also be copied by the next generation of divas.

Also read: Seyi Shay parts Flytime, signs new deal

She said that Tiwa Savage and other pop divas should be threatened by her presence in Nigeria since she is a trailblazer.

May7ven  says she once managed Tiwa Savage many years back in the UK, and they have a good relationship.

Read more at NET

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