The album addresses topics familiar to Asa, like romance, broken promise or trust, the experiences told on ‘V’ are mostly told with a plausible first-person approach, as opposed to the commentary approach or canvassing a public/widely accepted viewpoint on far-reaching sub-topics of romance or society, as found on records like ‘Preacher Man’ or ‘Eyo.’
Asa in V collaborated with various artistes to tap into different sounds. The V album might not your regular ASA sound, but it shows her diversity as an artiste to experiment with sounds.
Generally, the V album is journey into the contemporary pop scene and going further down the road ASA would have mastered the art and she would definitely produce something magical.
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