Tiwa Savage talks about motherhood in conjuction with her musical career.
Savage is one of the African artistes scheduled to perform at Jay-Z’s “Made in America” festival in September 2017.
Marvin Records singer, Tiwa Savage, has had an impressive and fast rise to stardom but it did not come easy.
The Afrobeat diva has had to combine the role of being a mother, an obedient daughter and one who is quite dedicated to her career which must have been quite exhausting.
She shared some short stories regarding her journey to fame in an interview with Hunger TV.
Growing up, some members of her family particularly her parents weren’t totally supportive of her chosen music career until she started showing a high commitment and chances of success.
“Initially my dad was like “okay, what do you want to do?” Of course I responded music,” she said.
“He saw this more of a hobby and something you do in church on Sundays rather than a full time career.
“I didn’t blame him for thinking this way because music is an unstable career you can be really big today and fall off tomorrow.
“Deep down I know he was looking out for my interests.
“My brothers have always been my support from day one and my mum also, needless to say my dad is now my number one fan!”
wishing her the very best of music.