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Finally, Asa is in love, V Album review

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From Asa's 2019 album "Lucid" to this point, before releasing "Mayana," her 2022 debut single alongside "Ocean," and before the release of her fifth studio album V, Asa has been on a slew of music tours, which helps to promote her albums and connects her fans to the music.

Asa has recently had a variety of experiences that have spanned her life, and it is from these experiences that V, her fifth album, draws its strength. When a creator consistently focuses on telling a particular story, and when listeners (music journalists and critics) notice it and recognize the story for what it is, it could be that creator's current reality, and they've become vulnerable to channeling or expressing it through their art.

According to Agwuma Kingsley of Unusual's Newsletter, Asa's newly released single "Mayana" earlier this year was described as Asa being in love, sounding like the phase she is currently in; waving through as she expresses herself through the music. Meanwhile, her fifth studio album V comes from the same place, revealing how deeply her thoughts have been established in catharsis.

Asa's music is powerful because of her spontaneous use of strings and vocal opulence, as well as its striking unity and cohesiveness across a wide range of sonic experiences. She is a genius in every sense of the word. Indeed.

V has a subtle difference that cuts across Asa's artistry. She has always been known for her music realism, which is accompanied by relatable and pickable storytelling, as well as immersive songwriting, which has earned her numerous accolades. Asa's audience and demographics are geared toward a more mature audience, but she's branching out now.

V tends to relate more to the growing market and evolving listeners of the musical soundscape in Nigeria, but no one can take that away from her.

While the project can still reach beyond local territory and into another music hemisphere, Asa becomes vulnerable and obsessed with the one she loves. She may have been with the special one she can call her own in the cause of her life. Meanwhile, Asa hasn't figured out what the letter V on her fifth studio album stands for. I'm guessing it's the first name of the person she loves and wants to spend the rest of her life with.

The album's tracks are all excellent. She seemed to be preoccupied with love, which seemed to be her dominant thought, running through almost the entire project as its cause. She took a brief digression to discuss other topics, including love at a distance. Topics like friendship, as well as the Ghanaian's sweetheart Amaarae's input on "Good Times," help to diversify her thoughts. The song also cuts through emotional entanglements and the wave of love that can't go on without another. All she ever wanted was to spend time with her lover, and she insisted on it despite Amaarae's efforts.

While Wizkid's contribution to "I Don Go" is broad, it emphasizes the importance of living in the moment while also mentioning God. Wizkid's performance was lively, and the chemistry was good; it's worth it, and it complements the fact that the two have promised to collaborate on music. It's a beautiful combination.

"Nike" is still a cathartic word. For the sake of the theme, Gen Z can still love, promote, and relate to it. "Mayana" and "Ocean," which features the incredible Wurld on vocals, are also expansive. With the help of TikTok, it has the potential to explode even more.

"Morning Man" is also good because it is full of love, just like "Show Me Off," in which Asa requests that her man take her around the world to show everyone that she is the one he loves as much as he loves her. Every record, including "Believer," had the same essence as love. V, on the other hand, is more of an expression of Asa's main thought, which is love. In either case, she may have discovered the lovely thing (love) or is requesting that it pass through her window.

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