The Ghanaian-South African singer, songwriter, actress and model, Adina has clarified the notion that Ghanaian female artists are not united.
She explained that the reason for this notion is due to the fact that female artists in Ghana are less in number as compared to the male artistes. Consequently, just a few of the female acts are recognized and promoted.
Speaking on ‘The Late Nite Show‘ with Foster Romanus on e.TV Ghana, the talented musician experientially said, “I am all right with all the female artistes I have met so far and I support them as well. I even have collaborations with some of the female artistes like Efya, MzVee and Feli Nuna which will be out soon”.
Adina is the winner of the music reality show, Stars of the Future which was organized in 2008 by Charter House Ghana.
She is an African recording artiste as well as the face of AfroMod Trends, a fashion house she has represented for two years. She however, disclosed that she is coming up with her personal clothing line ‘Thembi Republic’.
By: Justina Agbanavor