Asme was never happy leaving the gospel music world for the blooming hip-hop side of the music world.

The artiste who addresses himself as Nsukka son, in a bid to see that his town follows him in his music, said that gospel music was in a doubt a good genre in the music world  but the commercial side of it will always discourage artistes.


According to him, “Hip-hop any time sales more than gospel worldwide. And if you want to get so commercial with music, it’s always very difficult to stay intact on the  gospel side of music. I believe in God and He owes everything I have and know, that’s why I kept my gospel tracks. I’m going to mix them with my hip-hop tracks and for sure I’ll always do gospel in my albums for the passion and for the love of God”

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As who came into the hip-hop world with his own concept which he call hip-hop Odi n’ala (Highlife mixed with hip-hop), has already dropped a hit single Kwe na-oga na-aga, which for has Igbo language combined in a fine lyrics with English and peogen.

With this, Asme is sure to have stepped into the other side of the music world.



Download Kwe na-oga na-aga by Asme ft K2