Nigerian-French singer Asa has revealed how moving back to Lagos helped her new album ‘V’.
In a recent interview the singer stated that before she rarely spend time in Lagos because she is always abroad, but the COVID-19 pandemic made her cancel her tour and take the last flight to Lagos helped her to work on her album.
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Asa also stated that staying in Lagos helped her connect with people in Lagos and creatives. She said when Covid struck, we had to cancel the tour and so I took one of the last planes—at that time—back to Lagos, and that was when I was kind of connecting, re-connecting with people in Lagos, creatives.
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Since ‘Aṣa,’ the first album, I didn’t have enough time to stay long enough at home – I was always traveling, always living outside the country and then come back home, stay for a year or three months – but this time it just allowed me to connect, and that was when the album was being made. I didn’t think it was going to be an album, I was just vibing and making friends, and along the way we were making songs. Listen to the interview below;
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