Sep 4, 2011
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Bukola Elemide “ASA” Interview with Brian Pace

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Asa is a musician that’s the most honest and authentic person on and off the stage. Her latest disc ‘Beautiful Imperfection’ is a tribute and testament that folk, soul, and afro-beat can be a means of music that appeals to music fans all over the world. Often compared to Lauryn Hill and Nina Simone, Asa’s music reflects her views on politics, her sensitivity as both a strong and weak African woman, and the ability to encourage one to love themselves. Over the last four years she’s been able to independently become her own voice to the tune of millions of fan all over the world.

‘Beautiful Imperfection’ is continuation of Asa’s growth as a vocalist and songwriter. The new disc fuses all of the musical styles at she grew up listening to and enjoying as a kid. Her latest hit “Why Can’t We” is an upbeat soulful/folk oriented groove that takes you back to the soul sounds of the 1960’s. Other songs like “Preacher Man” and “Questions” continue to showcase her ability to raise ones consciousness of the injustices that take in the world.

Courtesy: Brian Pace


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