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Listen To Tiwa Savage's 'Get It Now (Remix)' Featuring Omarion

The Sugarcane EP track gets reworked.

Tiwa Savage's solid Sugarcane EP, which dropped last year, is still getting plays over here and now, she's come through with a reworking of one of its standout tracks.

"Get It Now (Remix)" sees the Nigerian star and Mavin Records first lady connect with Omarion, who adds a new verse and lays down some nice duets alongside Tiwa in this reworking.

"'Distance' is a constant on my playlist ... Now I gat my own joint with the INCREDIBLE Omarion. If you like "Get It Now" you will love the remix.... Let's get the world singing this savage soldiers," Tiwa wrote on Instagram.

Apart from featuring on Ladipoe's addictive single "Are You Down," the Nigerian star's been relatively quiet so far this year. We'll be hoping to get more from new music from her soon.

Listen to Tiwa Savage and Omarion's "Get It Now (Remix)" below.

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