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Tiwa Savage Links With Kranium for 'Gal Policy' Remix

We love a Naija x Jamaica collaboration.

Tiwa Savage links with Jamaican dancehall heavyweight Kranium for "Gal Policy (Remix)."

Kranium originally released back in March. Savage adds more infectious energy to the bubbly track with a boisterous verse. She shows versatility with rap-sung lines. "It's a blessing to jump on this remix with one of my favs," Savage wrote on Twitter upon the song's release.


Savage recently linked with Ghanaian singer Efya on the track "The One." She recently graced the cover of Billboard's Africa Now issue along with fellow Naija music stars Davido and Mr Eazi.

Dancehall mainstay Kranium continues to collaborate with afrobeats artist, he released the standout track "Can't Believe" featuring Wizkid and Ty Dolla $ign back in 2017. OkayAfrica spoke with the artist back in 2018 about how dancehall and Caribbean music have "everlasting power."

We're always here for a cross-diaspora collaboration, and this doesn't disappoint. Listen to the 'Gal Policy (Remix)" above.

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