Ghanaian-South African singer, Adina Thembi Ndamse, popularly known as Adina, has said, apart from doing inspiring songs to warm the hearts of music lovers, she also does sewing.
According to her, she had to contemplate between music and sewing whilst she was choosing the career she wanted to do. She noted that, music has been something she has always loved to do even though she equally admires sewing.
Adina revealed that, she once sewed her own dress to the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) Event.
In an interview with Kasapa FM, the “Too Late” hit-maker said; “What I like doing the most aside music is sewing and sometimes cooking. I have sewed a lot of women’s wear. I think about two years ago, I used to wear dresses I sewed myself during my stage performances. With the assistance of my mum, I sewed most of my VGMA red carpet dresses. I used to sew almost every dress I wore to special occasions. In my posts on Instagram, I acknowledge myself when I wear the dresses I make.” She said.
However, she added that since she started her music career in 2008, there have been instances where she had played free shows for people. She addressed those moments as days she would consider as career building days.
The 28-year old singer added that, she once performed in South Africa, where her father comes from.
“My mum is a Fante and my dad is a South African. Last year I went to South Africa and I was asked to perform. It wasn’t really a show but it was somewhat like performing to viewers of a television morning show. A TV station called ETV. They made me sing from Let Me Go to about four songs. And I also performed Too Late on the other show.” She said.
Adina disclosed that, she is looking forward to do something remarkable in South Africa and maybe feature some known South African artistes.