1. What is your name and where have you from?
1. My name is Ajia Clark (asia) is how you pronounce it. I'm from Denver Colorado.

2. Tell us about your released music?
2. My three singles I have released are titled " Ooo La La" which has music video on youtube and " Soul Train" and " What Am I To Do" written and recorded by me. On music row in Nashville, TN live in studio. On the console that recorded "Thriller."

3. How long have you been singing and what has roads has your journey seen?
3. I have always been involved in music. From choir to playing the saxophone in band. I started taking my career seriously around 2008-2009. I have seen a lot from working behind the stage to backing vocals on stage or writing songs in studio.

4. How can people find you online?

and these links below are my YouTube channel and ITunes link as well as my website with gig dates, photos etc. 




5. What artists inspired your work?
5. Artists I am inspired by to name a few: Nina Simone, Jill Scott, Donny Hathaway, Lauryn Hill, Tina Turner, Ella Fitzgerald, Etta James, Amy Winehouse. The list is quite extensive.

6. What is a week in your life like?
6. A week in my life, is hectic from two-a-days at the gym to meetings to studio or writing sessions along with trying to make time for my loved ones.  This life requires stamina and the ability to multitask.

7. Any last words or shout outs?
7. Remember you will hear a million "no's" all it takes is one "Yes" Dare to be Great and live the life you love.

8. What is one of your goals for 2016?
8. To finish this album.

9. How important to you as an artist to have creative control?
9. It is extremely important! Now one doesn't know everything so you must be open to other quality ideas from different people in your industry. However; I as well as my music have a level of integrity to uphold and I will not trade that for anything. "If something doesn't feel right don't do it." don't be afraid to say no. I have a responsibility to give back what music gave me. I always strive for Quality over Quantity which is why I don't have 19 under produced albums or songs just floating around the internet every week. Quality takes time.