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​Asha is the award-winning soul singer from Singapore who has garnered rave reviews and accolades for her rousing performances and rich, powerhouse vocals. Her masterful delivery, coupled with an ability to hit impossible notes with fluid ease and dulcet tones, has charmed audiences throughout the nation and some of the world.
Scores of soccer fans remember her for her compelling a cappella rendition of Liverpool Football Club's anthem, You'll Never Walk Alone, to a 55,000 strong crowd at the Singapore National Stadium, while theatre mavens recall her stunning solo in the musical, 'RENT', that stirred the audience to their feet. But it was her vocal performance at Singapore's National Day that truly brought the little lady with the gigantic voice, to the attention of the entire nation.
With a Radio Music Award (DJ's CHOICE – 'Best Local Act'), Compass Award ('Top Local Pop Song' for her song, 'Dorian Bay'), recording contract with CreAsian Records and multiple radio hits under her belt, Asha was recognised as one of Singapore's Top Ten Talents in the Arts Magazine. Her alma mater, Lasalle-SIA College of the Arts, had also honored her with a place on their list of 'Contemporary Heroes'.
'Oblivion', her first international single with Swedish-duo SUMO & BANGANA, was released under Rasmus Faber's Farplane Records. 'Carry Me Over' and 'What's The Figure', her second and third international singles with Singaporean stalwarts Jason Tan and RY, were released under Italian label, Gotta Keep Faith Records. The following single, 'Fast Forward' with French DJ/Producer Greg Gauthier was released under Qalomota Records. Steady collaborations throughout the years have allowed her to choose and time her releases in accordance with veracity.
A QUT drama graduate with a larger-than-life stage presence, Asha's happiest places are in the fields of performing and writing. When she's not singing or acting, she pens short stories for children and gives aspiring vegans and vegetarians insight into a world that goes beyond grass.
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