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Thursday, August 15, 2019

French -Nigerian Artist ASA Covers Schick Magazine Summer Edition And Talks About Love And Loneliness...

SCHICK Magazine features award-winning French-Nigerian recording artist, Aแนฃa in its 6th edition – “The Summer Issue”.

 The quarterly publication delves into Aแนฃa’s life and work, discussing her five-year hiatus from the music scene, the cultural influences that have shaped both her and her craft, and the real change she wants to see in Nigeria.

On Music:

“Music is subjective, some will like what you do, and some won’t. One day, you’re in a 5-star hotel, the next, in a below 1-star hotel. Life is full of ups and downs, and that’s what makes it stimulating. I think the most important thing is never to lose sight of who you are and your purpose in life.”

On Her Personality:

“I don’t take myself too seriously. People think I’m a little uptight, but I like meeting and learning about people. Once we get past the introduction, I end up becoming the class clown!”

On Being a Woman:
“You are simply an angry feminist. No one looks at the fact that being a strong woman is the influence of good parenting and society.”

On Love and Dating:

“It’s either guys think they aren’t in your league or you have 150 sailors waiting at every port to swoon at your feet! Either way, it can be quite lonely and difficult to find someone who doesn’t mind taking the back seat to see you grow and wilfully take you for all you are.”

Photography: Seye Isikalu
Creative Direction & Styling: Titi Adesanya
Hair: Janet Nwose
Makeup: Violet Zeng
Location: The Hop Shop, Castle Lavender Farm


  1. Attractively smart answers.

  2. Replies
    1. Moi too...she has got some SICK TUNE!!!! Which is great, cool and amazing...๐Ÿ˜˜

  3. I'm talking to you jailer.
    Stop calling me a prisoner.

  4. These pics are not flattering.

    Nice answers.

  5. Who snapped such bad pictures.....and she allowed them publish this? She may not be a beauty but these pictures didnt do her any justice

    1. It's not her fault. Blame the editor-in-chief of this magazine that clearly lacks direction.

    2. look at them olodos,u guys have seen too many noolywood photoshoots that u think every picture must be flashy with over the top makeup..There is nothing wrong with the picture,see more of intl magazines nd compare them..See them forming critics

  6. Naah! ๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿฝ
    I love Asa, she is phenomenal. But I dont like the pictures.

  7. Brilliant answers.I love the pics also , very natural background and make up...i prefer this to all those overly edited photos one can barely recognise the person.

    1. We can barely recognize Asa here.


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