Ghanaian songstress, Adina Thembi Ndamse has expressed her displeasure about the low support for female musicians in the music industry.
Adina stressed that female artists face more challenges in the industry, which could be alleviated with the right support.
The singer made this known during an interview with Graphic Showbiz, revealed the importance of creating a support system for women in the industry.
She urged stakeholders to assist female artists in meeting the required standards and achieving their goals.
Born on October 3, 1989, in Liberia to a South African father, the late Dr Richard Sekumbuzo Ndamse, and a Ghanaian mother Mrs Mercy Ndamse. Adina has made great strides in the music industry with her unique blend of Afrobeat, Highlife and R&B which has garnered her widespread recognition and acclaim.