Adina Thembi Ndamse is her real name but widely and fondly known by her stage name as Adina. She is a popular Ghanaian-South African singer, songwriter, actress, and model.
She was born on the 3rd of October, 1989. Adina is the younger of two sisters born in Liberia to South African father, the late Dr. Richard Sekumbuzo Ndamse and Ghanaian mother, Mrs. Mercy Ndamse.
Adina went to Wesley Girls High School. She later obtained a degree in Environmental and Development Studies at the Central University.
Her Music Career
Adina made entry into the music industry dated back to her young age when she joined the National Theatre Choir to perform at Kidafest and Fun World shows.
She rose to prominence in the Ghana music scene when she competed in the music reality show, ‘Stars of the Future’ in 2008, organized by Charter House Ghana and eventually emerged winner.
The young talented singer has quite a number of hit songs to her credit, notably as Banger Sika, Too Late, Makoma, Killing Me Softly among numerous others.
The down to earth South African superstar revealed that her inspiration was drawn from God, her family members and everyday life’s lessons.
Adina is creative, skillful and exceptionally talented singer. She is driven and enthusiastic with a strong passion in music. Her genre of music is AfroPop with a blend of R&B, Pop and Blues.
Adina has made a big name for herself in music, with her eighth music single titled, “Too Late” winning her two awards notably as:
• 2018 Record of the Year and Best Female Vocalist of the Year respectively at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards in Ghana.
• 2017 Best Afropop of the year Awards.
• 2008 winner of the Stars of the Future Reality Show in Ghana.
Her Net Worth
Adina is one of the richest and most influential South African singers with an estimated net worth of about $300,000 dollars.
Adina is a social media personality with large followers. You can reach her on her:
Twitter as @Adina_Thembi.
Facebook account: Adina Thembi.