Music industry have been a great fun with the presence of Asa, Yemi Alade and many other female artist like Tiwa Savage, Niniola, Waje, Simi, Seyi Shey, Omawunmi, Chidinma and Niyola.
Asa’s song is an art that she has perfected over time, having tailored after the likes of Erykah Badu, Lauryn Hill and D’Angelo. When you add that with the sojourn she enjoys abroad, it perfectly explains why she is a force to reckon with. Asa’s self-titled debut contained records that were hugely successful hits especially 360, Fire On The Mountain, Eye Adaba and Jailer. In like manner, her sophomore disc contains notable releases like Be My Man, Why Can’t We and Baby Gone.
On the other hand also, Yemi blew our minds with her majestic poise and her sweet ringing soprano at the debut edition of Peak’s talent hunt show in 2009. Yemi welcomed us officially to her music world with the release of Fimisile and followed that closely with more stellar efforts Ghen Ghen Love, Bamboo and Johnny especially, which later became the lead single for her debut album, King of Queens. You can always bank on Yemi Alade’s voice at any time of day and it’s an unusual feat that has given her quite the edge.
Beside the uniqueness between this two artist one still stand out as king whose music you listen to over and over again to keep you entertained.
Sound off below who you think sings better