My ideal man must have a fat pocket… Waje
Aituaje Aina Iruobe, popularly known as Waje, who is one of the judges of the ongoing The Voice has been enjoying herself in the show. The artiste who is a single mum claims that her young daughter is her greatest asset and not her voice that has taken her around the world.
Talking about The Voice she said “It has been a great experience to be voice coach alongside 2Face, Timi Dakolo and Patoranking, as it gave us the opportunity to mentor; meeting with these talents, having to hear them sing and also hear their life experiences. At some point in the show, I got so emotional when some of these talents had to leave the competition as you as the coach are the one to send them home and I kept on apologizing to those I had to let go promising to help push their music career but I know The Voice is a stepping stone to the fulfillment of their music dreams.”
Waje’s greatest challenge is simple “My greatest challenge has been staying on top of my game in the music industry.” Presently, she got a lot of works “I am working on my Semi-live album with producer, Cobhams Asuquo. I am gunning for the Grammys so, I need to get to the point where internationally people will hear my music and be like “wow this is good music and we want to be part of this.”
We cannot end our talk about Waje without talking about her love life “I am still patiently waiting to find love o.” she reveals but she is not bothered about being a single mum “Not at all. The only burden I get to have sometimes is the aspect of financial responsibilities but that is why I am a strong woman.”
Waje’s ideal man must be God-fearing, good looking, loving, understanding, matured in heart and have a very fat pocket