Ghanaian-South African singer and songwriter, Adina Thembi Ndamse, has stated that she is ready to collaborate with any musician.
Adina said she won’t charge a penny for collaborations—and all she looks up for, are great ideas from those who would like to work with her.
She made this known when she spoke with Foster Romanus on ‘The Late Nite Celebrity Show’.
Adina started singing when she was a young girl. She had her senior high school education at the Wesley Girls High School and then moved to Central University where she obtained a degree in Environmental and Development Studies. Growing up as a kid she joined the National Theatre Choir where she got to perform at Kidafest and Fun World shows.
She shot to prominence in the Ghana music scene when she competed in the music reality show ‘Stars of the Future’ organised by Charter House Ghana and eventually became the winner.
Her eighth music single titled, ‘too late’ won her two awards; a record of the year and best female vocalist of the year at the recently held Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.