Adina Thembi Ndamse is a Ghanaian-South African singer, songwriter, model and an actress. She is popularly known with the stage name Adina.
Adina started singing when she was a young girl. She attended the Wesley Girls' Senior High school and the Central University where she obtained a degree in Environmental and Development studies. As a kid she joined the National theatre choir where she got to perform at Kidafest and Fun World shows.
She became known in the Ghana Music scene when she competed in the reality show, 'stars of the future' organized by Charter house Ghana which she eventually became the winner in 2018. Adina has done so well in the music industry that had earned her a large bunch of fans. At the 2018 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards in Ghana, she won the Record of the year and Best female Vocalist of the year with her eighth music single titled "too much". In March 2021, she was the among top 30 most influential women in music by the 3 Music Awards Women's Brunch.
Adina is one of the musicians whose song is like by both kids and adults. She has recently released a new song, "shoulder" which is making a huge trend on social media.
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As she celebrates her birthday, we her fans wish her a happy birthday with long life and peace.
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