​Parallel Magazine’s latest special print and digital issue captures Tiwa Savage in the Burroughs of Brooklyn as she grants an exclusive look into her career, being a mother, her continuous ascension into the echelon of great musicians, and life beyond the lights.

This issue shows us the singer's ability to control her celebrity life and her normal life and merge them seamlessly to have a balanced life.

Here are a few excerpts from her interview in the magazine

On African music:As a whole, if we come together as CEOs, video directors, photographers, and models all strategically placed in pockets, we can stand up and properly represent the African culture.
On balancing career and motherhood: Sometimes people think that as an African woman, you’ve given birth and will never bounce back as before…when people say things like that they think it is supposed to tear you down but it actually does the opposite for me…It actually makes me want to prove you wrong.
Grab a copy of the magazine to read more.

Here are photos from the editorial shoot below


Model / Tiwa Savage @TiwaSavage 

Photography / Patrick Amara@Pkdesignphotos

Creative Director: Patrick Amara

Styling / Quina & Kenya @ken Q Style

Accessories stylist / Rhiannon Hinnant @Know Mee The Big Necklace Company

Hair / Debola Falana @Debolafalana

Make Up / Joyce Jacob @JoyceJacobBeauty

Photography & Video Assistants / Xavier Duah @Viervisuals

–Olamide @litu_prince & Loudfilmx @Champion Studio

Styling Assistants / Wilson Ebo @Williefifteen & Malik Amusat @foodanddenim

Writer / Jason Nkwain @JasonNkwain