Yoruba (èdè Yorùbá) is one of the four official languages of Nigeria and is a member of the Volta-Niger branch of the Niger-Congo family of languages. It is spoken by about 22 million people in southwest Nigeria, Benin, Togo, the UK, Brazil and the USA. (...)
Asa (pronounced "Asha"; born Bukola Elemide), Nigerian French singer-songwriter and recording artist. Her singles include Eyé Adaba, Jailer, Be My Man, Why Can't We, Fire on the Mountain, Dreamer Girl, and Bimpé. She is the winner of the prestigious French Constantin Award, and plays guitar, trumpet, and drums. Her stage name 'Aṣa' means 'Hawk' in the Yoruba language.