In addition to 2 other awards at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, Singer Adina also won the one of the most respected awards at the annual Vodafone Ghana Music Awards the ‘Album of the Year’ for her work on ‘Araba’. She stated that, she was delighted and pleased that the album ‘Araba’ was received very well because she and here team were experimenting with different music genres and we’re not so sure about the outcome. She said this on Saturday evening at the Grand Arena in Accra where the awards was being held.
Not many people try their luck on an album and win ‘Album of the Year’ at a major awards scheme, but Ghanaian South African singer Adina Ndamse popularly known as Adina, managed to do just that with her album ‘Araba’. “We took a chance with this album and so we decided to touch every area with this album. And, this is for every one out there, don’t be afraid to dream”, she said after receiving her award.
Also on the night, Adina won 2 other awards for the ‘Reggae Dancehall’ Song of the Year’ with her song ‘Why’; which was from the album ‘Araba’, and the award for the ‘Record of the Year’ for her song ‘Daddy’s Little Girl’; which was also from the album ‘Araba’.
Adina is arguably one of the best female vocalists in Ghana and also one of the most consistent female musicians over time. She is popularly respected in Ghana for her refusal to expose her body in any form of indecent dressing in the name of showbiz; like many of her female counterparts.
By Jerry Wonder