Ghanaian female artiste, Adina Thembi has revealed a massive secret about her first and currently her only album, Araba. The Afro-beat, Afro-Pop and hiplife musician's revelation on the 3 tunes on TV3 this evening proves that she has come to stay and she truly meant business.
The sensational Ghanaian female musician, Adina stated that her Album is different because all the songs on the album follow a particular trend. She also said that the album talks about a story.
One of the most surprising and shocking moment was when she revealed the actual date she started recording this album. She said, " I started this Album in 2008".
Adina after talking about all these things was asked by the host, Adwoa Noella to sing one of the songs in the album. Adina went ahead and sang the 'Daddy's Little Girl' which has also got nomination in the 2022 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.
Adina's Album, Araba got a nomination (Album of The Year) in the 2022 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) and other songs of the album also got nominations in other categories.
These are all the 10 songs on the Araba Album. Senyiwa , Hyedzin , Why , Game Over , Hear Me, Daddy’s Little Girl, Runaway, Jeje, Medofo and Forever Young.
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