Award-winning artiste Adina has revealed that the difficulties faced by the females in the Ghana music industry cognates to the difficulties faced by the male artists.
“I don’t believe it is more difficult being a woman in the music industry. So far as what the artists bring to the table is good enough, their efforts will be recognized” was her answer when she was asked about the difficulties faced as a female artist on ‘The Late Nite Celebrity Show’ with Foster Romanus on e.TV Ghana. She narrated the challenges she had to go through stating clearly that it wasn’t necessarily due to the fact that she is a woman.
Adina said she worked with two managements before her current management, “New African Movement”. She let out the fact that her current management is responsible for her first video and that winning a reality show or competition doesn’t guarantee a kick-start in life through the winner is assigned to a label.
“I have won three awards so far which are two Best Female Vocalist awards and the Record of the year” the Ghanaian-South African singer and songwriter disclosed and added that her breakthrough song was her eighth music titled, “too late”.
By: Justina Agbanavor