- Fast-rising South African singer Tyla seems to be a fan of Nigerian singer Asake's style of music
- In an interview with Rolling Stone, Tyla said she appreciates choir vocals, and Asake uses them well
- According to her, the Lonely At The Top crooner's style is why people get hooked on his chorus
Grammy-nominated South African singer Tyla has sparked reactions on social media with her opinion about Asake's music.
During a Rolling Stone interview, Tyla spoke about the pioneers who influenced her career as a child before she delved into music.
The Grammy Award nominee mentioned Rihanna and other R&B stars. Tyla also added that she loves the infusion of choir-like vocals in Afrobeats.
Citing an example, the Water crooner gushed over Nigeria's Asake. According to her, he uses the choir vocals well, and that's why his chorus gets people hooked.
Video of 'Water' singer Tyla and her lookalike sister Sydney leaves fans confused: "Are they twins?"
Watch the video below:
Reactions to Tyla's video
The singer's revelation sparked mixed reactions; read some of the comments sighted below:
"He already has a girlfriend, ooo."
"As it should be Asake is ahead of the game."
"Lol. Everybody sha wan use Nigeria trends."
"Asake really changed the game."
Billboard's Top Global 200 places Tyla's 'Water' at number 9
Legit.ng earlier reported that after dethroning Burna Boy on Spotify, Tyla broke another record with her hit song, Water.
The viral hit song secured the 9th spot on Billboard's official Top 10, and her achievement was announced on Billboard's official Twitter (X app) account.
The young sensation has been the pride of South Africa since her international debut, and netizens took to social media to celebrate her win.
Tyla reveals she travels with locally made pap
Still on the singer, Legit.ng reported that the singer revealed her taste in cuisines and mentioned why she loves South African food the most.
The Johannesburg-born star was a guest on Big Boys Neighborhood, where she opened up to US radio host Big Boy about her favourite food.
When asked what she misses most about home when she travels, Tyla said she misses the food.