Ghanaian singer, Adina Thembi Ndamse has been raising the flag of Ghana high in a tour at the Pacific Oceans.
This is a media, fan interaction, and performance tour meant to give Adina visibility in that part of the world.
In an exclusive interview with her manager Kwame Farkye, he said the tour came about because “we realised she has a massive fan base across the South Pacific, from analytics of downloads and streams in our online shops and social media posts.”
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He explained that in the wake of this, they formed a sort of partnership with a promotional company based in Australia who also have an event called Sekifest – which is what they used as the platform for the tour.
The tour which started in April is in two parts; the second of which will be held later this year. The second part of the concert will take place at at Fiji Hawaii in New Zealand and a few other places as Part 2 of the South Pacific tour.
So far she has performed at six concerts at Samoa, Rarotonga (Cook Islands), Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
From videos and photos shared on her social media pages, Adina has had great reception with school children singing her song ‘Killing Me Softly.’
Adina is a Ghanaian-South African singer, songwriter, actress and a model.
She was the winner of music reality show Stars of the Future in 2008. Her eighth music single titled “Too Late” won her two awards – Record of the Year and Best Female Vocalist of the Year at the 2018 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards in Ghana.
She also won Best Female Vocal Performance award at the 2018 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.
Some of her songs are ‘Too Late,’ ‘Killing Me Softly’, ‘On My Way’ and ‘Makoma.’
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Source: citinewsroom .com