Adina Thembi Ndamse, also known as Adina, is a Ghanaian-South African singer, songwriter, actress, and model. On October 3, 1989, in Liberia, she was born to the late Dr. Richard Sekumbuzo Ndamse, a South African, and his Ghanaian mother, Mrs. Mercy Ndamse.
Adina attended Wesley Girls Senior High School before graduating into Central University to pursue a degree in Environmental and Development Studies.
Adina Music Career
She began singing as a child and later joined the National Theatre Choir, where she performed at Kidafest and Fun World shows.
At the age of 19, the amazing vocalist won Charter House Ghana’s music reality show, Stars of the Future, in 2008, and went on to become a renowned figure in the Ghana music industry. Adina’s eighth single, “Too Late,” won her two wins at the 2018 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards in Ghana: Record of the Year and Best Female Vocalist of the Year. The 3Music Awards Women’s Brunch named her one of the Top 30 Most Influential Women in Music in March 2021.
Adina keeps her personal relationships private.
Ghana Music Awards
- 2021 Album of the Year – Araba
- 2021 Record of the Year – Daddy’s Little girl
- 2021 Best Reggae Dancehall Song of the Year – Why
- 2018 Best Female Vocalist of the Year
- 2017 Afropop Song of the Year
- 2017 Best Female Vocalist