Baby gone: Asa

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“I wish I’d kissed you deeper…”

Nigerian singer-songwriter Asa (pronounced like “Asha”) was my musical surprise of 2013. A friend sent me one of her songs on Spotify (“The way I feel”) and while I was impressed by her unique vocal stylings and obvious talent, that was about it. Almost a year later, back in January of this year, I heard a few of her other songs and wanted to beat my head against a wall for not having plunged into the deep ocean of beauty that is her music. Songs that “Tinderbox” and “Glow” felt almost magically surreal and beautiful. Songs like “Jailer”, with an overt political message, showcased a rather attractive social conscious. But “Baby gone” is Asa at her most emotionally transparent and vulnerable.

It is often difficult to take accountability for our own actions, especially in a love gone wrong, where are emotions are often still…

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2 thoughts on “Baby gone: Asa

    • adetokunbohr says:

      Thanks, Shawn. But this post was actually re-blogged. It was written by someone who I think is a thoughtful and amazing writer…of her thoughts.

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