The A.S.A. Project Releases Video to Album Favorite "Little Lady"

Chicago Pop trio, The A.S.A. Project, have had one productive 2016. Dropping their Oh, What A Place! EP in January, more singles and music videos followed all leading up to the release of their self titled debut full length project in August.  The 13 track EP took a dive into Chicago's dance roots, mixing in Juke and House elements with Pop and Hip Hop, for a style that is solely their own. 

Today, the Always Something Awesome boys drop off a visual to one of the more popular songs from the EP, "Little Lady". The energy packed song has a video to match as each member of the group tries to woo their romantic lead. In the vivid Jay Caves directed visual (Saba's "Burnout" and Smino's "BLKJPTR") one them takes center stage: Fun! 80's hair metal, Instagram, and a buddy forced to be a third wheel (we've all been there) are sent up here.

Finding romance isn't easy for Spazz, Reelo, and Max and we're lucky they caught it on all video. Blink-182 would be proud.

There's Always Something Awesome when it comes to The A.S.A. Project and "Little Lady" is nothing short of it.