ASA RELEASES ‘THE BEGINNING’ VIDEO

ASA RELEASES ‘THE BEGINNING’ VIDEO

Asa Bukola Elemide, award-winning Nigerian-french singer, songwriter and recording artist released the new single ‘The Beginning’

The long-awaited song is the first from the songwriter in five years after she got married and returned with her family to France.

‘The Beginning’ is a track off her forthcoming studio album.

Asa is one of the headlines at the Bassline Fest this Africa Day on the 25th May 2019. We are looking forward to an exhilarating musical experience on that day, said Felix Owolabi.

The Africa day will also celebrate a milestone 25 years of democracy in South Africa, as well as the celebration of BASSLINE’s silver jubilee.

Tickets to the Fest are available online at the event’s website and priced at R350, Golden Circle at R450 and R150 for children under 12 years old. For those who can’t make it to the venue, the festivities will be broadcast on SABC 2.

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