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[Music Review] "Mayana" Review: Asa is In Love and She seeks Expansion

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"Mayana", becomes her first single this year after headlining multiple concerts. Well, Asa tends to explore laying incredible marks into the current pop culture wave.

Asa has been headlining concerts and live shows since the year began.

She has rocked the myriad lights of the big stages for both her shows locally and internationally that have been connecting audiences to her soulful records. She released her fourth studio album "Lucid" in 2019 which rose to critical acclaim, as well as a bunch of her creations which also remarks her musicality as another master of acoustic strings who channels the peculiar sonic path into most of her record collections; in which a majority of her previously released album, were dubbed in that artistic direction.

Asa's record often unravels a plethora of situations concerning life effects with snapshots of the people's reality; it is so fascinating how her music is capable of living in people's inner and it's so deep how they can relate with it as well as it could become a source of inspiration towards how they live.


By default, Asa's artistry has become a tool of exposition. I began listening to Asa since the release of her third studio album "Bed Of Stone" in 2014. However, her music doesn't lack the strides of diversity even as she explores through a range of genres and also perfects them altogether.

"Mayana", becomes her first single this year after headlining multiple concerts. Well, Asa tends to explore laying incredible marks into the current pop culture wave.


Mayana is glaring enough to establish that as fact and places her on the pedestal where she finds love and also serves as her tasting the waters to see how far she can sonically go for the cause of repleting her demography. She also joins forces with one of the youngest Nigerian, buzzing record producers P.Prime, to invent such a robust wave that is drawn from Afrobeats, dubbed with pop and mild R&B piano cuts and trumpeting rifts which would introduce her to a new set of listeners. However, Mayana is Asa being in love and expressing it.



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