She emphasised that female artists encounter more challenges in the industry, which could be alleviated with the right support.
In an interview with Graphic Showbiz, Adina emphasised the significance of establishing a network of support for female professionals in the field. She urged industry participants to actively support female artists in fulfilling the necessary requirements and realising their objectives.
She argued that supporting female artists is not only essential for their personal growth but also for the overall development and diversity of the music industry. Adina urged industry leaders, policymakers, and organizations to offer resources, mentorship, and opportunities to empower female artists to thrive.
Adina, who goes by Adina Thembi Ndamse, is a well-known South African-Ghanaian singer who has had a big influence on the continent’s music industry
On October 3, 1989, she was born in Liberia to Mrs. Mercy Ndamse, a Ghanaian woman, and the late Dr. Richard Sekumbuzo Ndamse, a South African. With her distinctive fusion of Afrobeat, Highlife, and R&B, Adina has achieved significant success in the music industry and gained critical praise.
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