The crooner in an interview with BBC Africa’s Bola Mosuro opened up on a lot of things including how she’s juggling motherhood and her career.
When asked about the message she was trying to pass across in her song ‘Say It”, Tiwa disclosed:
“One of the things i think we don’t do in Africa a lot of things we should talk about we don’t. I experienced that in pregnancy. After my pregnancy i went through a tough time emotionally, and when am trying to talk to my older aunts, they go ”We don’t go through that as African women, we don’t go through depression and am like but we do.” So, we need to say it and talk about it.” She said.
“So, that song was from me basically encouraging us African women that our first step is to be vocal and talk about things because we’re strong,” she continued.
On her balancing her career with motherhood,
“I have a very supportive husband and team. Now i travel without my baby, and my mum looks after him,” She ended the interview with.