Award winning female vocalist, Adina has said a person’s success should deserve praise when their achievements is a direct result of their self-satisfaction in knowing they made the effort to do their best to become the best that they are capable of becoming.
The songstress noted that there is more dedications to be done as far as her music career is concerned, admitting she has not arrived yet.
At the BF Suma Ghana Connect Concert, she disclosed to GHOne TV’s Eli Kharis, she still has more to achieve and she is poised in putting in much effort into her music craft.
Responding to music lovers who think she is been in the shadows for too long, Adina indicated that there is more to do and she always knew they had a plan to work with.
“I’m on my way and I’m not there yet. For a lot of people will ask me, so yeah what are you doing and I tell them we’ve a plan and I always knew I had to trust my process. There’s one thing my manager always advise that there’s no way you should be excited about success if it’s not by merit and that is one thing that has kept me in check. If the time is right it would come to me and that is my attitude and reaction when people ask me. If people think I’ve reached, I haven’t. There’s so much to do, more dedications, sacrifices and I’m ready to do it.” Adina told GHOne Tv’s Eli Kharis
Born Adina Thembi, the ‘Makoma’ hit singer disclosed that her greatest success will be retiring from music at a young age.
“My ultimate achievement is when I’m able to retire at a very young age since my music is gone far and wide.” Adina added
Adina has in the last few months collaborated with many male artistes including Sarkodie, Kuami Eugene, Flowking Stone, K.K Fosu and Teephlow.
She is currently promoting her new single, ‘On My Way’, produced by Willis Beatz.