Nigerian songstress, Waje, has shared some of her experience joggling between single motherhood and her career.
In an interview with Channels Television’s Rubbin Minds aired on Sunday, the ‘I Wish’ singer admitted that although being a single mother comes with its own challenges, “it doesn’t make you any less of a mother”.
Speaking of her career and one of her recent projects which she calls the ‘Waje Safe House’, the mother of one explained that she hopes to expand during the year by collaborating with more brands.
The project focusses on helping NGOs promote their causes.
On music, Waje who recently collaborated with Yemi Alade on the song ‘I’m Available’, described it as a very fun and fulfilling project. She also hopes to work with more female artistes.
On the acceptance of her brand outside Nigeria, Waje stated that her craft will always speak for itself, whether her songs are known or not.
“The best part of working anywhere else outside Nigeria is you stand there and it’s just your vocals and your craftsmanship that is there to entice people and they are like who is that lady? That’s what has been working for me,” she said.
Waje also talked about producing a film with fellow singer, Omawunmi, with whom she co-owns a media company.