Black Avenue Muzik signee, Sefa, has disclosed that her mother used to aid her sneak out of the house to perform on the streets during the start of her music career.
Born Sefadzi Abena Amesu, Sefa in an interview with Elsie Lamar said it took her mother to discover her talent as a musician. With the love and support from her father, she has built a brand she prides herself in.
“My mum was there since day one supporting me. When I had to go perform on the streets, she’ll be the one to help me sneak out. My dad came around at a point where he asked if this is what I really wanted to do. I was like this is what I want. He told me to go for it, even with my contract with Black Avenue Muzik, he signed it. They have been supportive since the beginning,” the ‘E Choke’ hitmaker said.
With five years of experience in the music industry, Sefa owns all to her parents who motivated her to chase the dream.
“I come from a very sweet family. We are very quiet, I doubt you’ll ever hear from us. Luckily for me, my dad is a human rights activist so he believes in following your dream and doing what makes you happy. In the beginning, he said I was good in school, and wanted me to become a businesswoman because I have the certificate so why waste it,” she revealed.