How motherhood is preventing me from producing songs – Simi

Popular Nigerian singer, Simisola Kosoko also known as Simi, has revealed that she does not produce and mix songs as much as before due to motherhood.

The mother-of-one said her daughter, Adejare, is taking up much of her time and as such she is not able to do some work in the studio as often as she may like.

How motherhood is preventing me from producing songs - Simi

Simi stated this via her Twitter account while responding to a fan with username @Starr_gael that asked; “How’s mixing and engineering going?”

The songstress noted it’s taking longer than expected especially because her child acts like the only reason God made her was so that she they could hang out together.

She tweeted; “It’s taking longer than I’d like because Deja thinks the only reason God made me is to hang out with her.”

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Meanwhile, in similar news…

Popular Nigerian skit-maker turned artiste, Carter Efe has opened up on how becoming a father affected his weird behaviours.

The comedian, who recently welcomed a baby with his girlfriend, said fatherhood made him to stop posting videos of himself dancing in his underwear and he had to upgrade his craft.

He said; “I do things differently now because I am a dad. There are some things I did before that I don’t do again, such as posting videos of myself online dancing and wearing only boxers. It (fatherhood) has made me upgrade my craft. I also can’t keep doing the same things, because people get tired with time.”

Speaking in a recent interview, the controversial content creator gave clarification that he is not dumping comedy to be a full-time artiste.

Carter said; “Music is a gift from God to me. When I came out with the ‘states and capital’ song, it went viral beyond my expectations. I know it is a funny song but then, I am a comedian. I usually obey my instincts. And, when I feel like it, I call another artiste. Music and comedy are not distinct for me, and I won’t be separating them.”