South African singer Tyla Laura Seethal, professionally known as Tyla, has opened up about the challenges she faced while pursuing a career in music.
She disclosed that her parents initially opposed her decision to become a musician, as they did not view music as a viable profession.informationguidenigeria
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According to Tyla, it was a difficult task to convince her parents to support her music career. However, after persistent efforts and emotional appeals, including shedding tears for days, her parents eventually relented and allowed her to pursue her passion in music.
This reveals the hurdles and family dynamics that some aspiring artists may encounter on their journey to follow their dreams.JAMB Portal
Speaking in a recent interview with Power 106 FM, Los Angeles, U.S.A, Tyla said, “My parents weren’t really strict on what I’m doing, but they were strict in terms of me going to the studio than getting a job. They were like, ‘Music is not a job. That it’s a hobby.’NYSC Portal
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“So, I had to literally cry every day and tell them that I wanna do this. There’s nothing else I wanna do. It was difficult convincing them. It’s also because, in South Africa, it doesn’t happen to us.JAMB Result
“I’ve heard so many women who wanted to do music and didn’t end up the way they wanted to. So, my parents were just trying to protect me, which is fine, but I showed them that I want to do music by all means.”
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