Ghanaian-South African afropop singer, Adina Thembi Ndamse better known by her stage name as Adina has advised fellow women to channel their attention
Ghanaian-South African afropop singer, Adina Thembi Ndamse better known by her stage name as Adina has advised fellow women to channel their attention on their God-given talents rather than portraying themselves as sex objects.
Responding to a question posed by Amansan Krakye as to whether women need nudity and profanity to stay relevant, Adina said nudity does not make one relevant but a sex object to the opposite sex.
Adding that “Some people say sex sells but I always prefer to do music my mum & kids can listen to without me feeling nervous about the words. I pay mind to subjects when doing songs”.
She cautions women to portray themselves in a way that they will be proud of.
“As a woman, I don’t need to show my body in a nude photo or video to get attention. As a musician profanity is not my style, I wouldn’t write songs that I can’t be proud of”. She stated.
Adina was the winner of the music reality show Stars of the Future in 2008.
She has released smashing hits like ‘Killing Me Softly’, ‘Makoma’, and ‘Too Late’ among others.
By: Hamida Shawwal /awakenewsonline.com