Nigerian soul sensation, Asa is the cover star for the Summer Issue of Schick Magazine.
In the 6th edition of Schick Magazine, the Summer edition shot in the breathtaking Castle Lavender Farm in Kent, England, we get to hear, first-hand, from the typically reserved recording artist about what it’s like living under the international spotlight and working with some of the greats of our time (including Angélique Kidjo, Lenny Kravitz and so on), the real reason she took a five-year hiatus from releasing new music, and the pain and reward of tirelessly pursuing your goals – even if that means waiting in the cold for fourteen hours to get your first gig.
The singer is seen striking a pose a simple yellow outfit with a classic red jewellery piece as she talks about her new upcoming album. Asa is a woman, an artist, a voice who needs no introduction. She first took the world by storm in 2007, releasing an utterly refreshing body of work that is still as relevant today as it was 12 years ago
Creative Direction & Styling: @TitiAdesa
By: Dammy Eneli