Adina and Efya: Who Is The Best Female Vocalist In Ghana?

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Adina and Efya: Who Is The Best Female Vocalist In Ghana?

Being described as the best female vocalist in Ghana will certainly demand more than just the doing of music but an overall singing dexterity that surpasses all. That is why Ghanaians are comparing Adina and Efya.

Adina Thembi Ndamse officially kickstarted her music career in 2008 after winning music reality show Stars of the Future and has gone on to carve an enviable reputation for herself. Her songs have transcended the shores of Ghana and she is inevitably liked by all.

Jane Awindor aka Efya has also been in this music business since 2008 and, as a songwriter and actress from Kumasi, she has always warmed the hearts of many with her soothing afro-soul and neo-soul songs.

In comparison, Efya seems to have an upper hand over Adina in terms of experience, exposure, the number of hits, influence, popularity and appeal (disputable). Adina on the other hand is everybody’s favourite and has worked herself up to the top with consistency in the quality of songs she churns out.

When Adina first broke out onto the Ghanaians music scene, she won the Female Vocalist of the Year award at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) in a row although the plethora of awards won by Efya cannot be understated.

When Adina is mentioned, songs like Sika, Too Late, Why, On My Way, Makoma, Runaway, Killin Me Softly and Take Care Of You all come to mind. On the other hand, when Efya is mentioned, songs like Getting You, Woman Woman, Love, Life, Hold Me Down, Wicked Somebody, Getaway, Hold On, Litle Things, Jorley, Forgetting Me, One Of Your Own, and Best In Me all do come to min

Well, Ghanaians, based on their own parameters, have decided on who they think qualifies to be described as the Best Female Vocalist when Adina and Efya are ranked together.

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