Nigerian celebrity singer Waje, is the cover star for the latest edition of Vibe.ng magazine. In this edition, the singer talks about motherhood, career, lifestyle and more.
When asked about her Waje Musik Entertainment record label:
“I’m still open to different partnerships because it’s a business at the end of the day. But, I started my career signed to a record label and, for so long, I didn’t do that much. After that contract expired I was a bit scared of committing to another label. I felt like a lot of people just were not prepared or informed. So, even though it’s tough, there are indie artists that have made it and are doing their thing. So, if you can do it yourself then why not.”
On how he daughter Emerald has managed her inherited fame
“She’s doing a great job. We tone it down so my household is very regular and my job is just like any other job. In reality, I teach her that life is about what you bring to the table She’s very understanding, partly because the rest of my family doesn’t send. Whether you’re Waje or you’re not Waje, they can still send you message and don’t treat you any differently.”
On her biggest fear:
“Make market no fall press me! It’s so bad because you’re trying to keep your head above water and you feel like you’re drowning. My biggest fear is failure and I want nothing more than to be relatable and make quality content. Because if market fall press you, you don go be dat!”