I’ve not stopped making music


In 2016 when Afro-Jazz artist Adomaa came into the spotlight with her staggering concoction of Stonebwoy’s Baafira, the promotion around her was colossal with numerous fans promoting her as the following enormous thing.

Attempting to satisfy the hopes, she circled back to another concoction about Ghanaian music, just as EPs Afraba and Adomaa Versus Adomaa which had tunes like Gridlock, April Numb-skull and Medaase however the 2018 Overlooked Demonstration of the Year at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards(VGMA), has not actually arrived at the statures of fame individuals expected.

Indeed, she has hushed up on the scene for at some point until individuals began seeing her in Ghanaian telenovela Dede, which airs on the as of late dispatched Akwaaba station on DStv and that has brought up issues about whether she is relinquishing music for acting.

Be that as it may, in a visit with Realistic Showbiz as of late, Adomaa said despite the fact that people in general might not have seen quite a bit of her for some time, she was as yet dynamic in the music business.

“I accept that it’s been a while but I have not stopped doing music. I’m still into music and presently working on a project which I am hoping to bring out this year.

“Music and acting are jobs in the entertainment industry even though they have their own pros and cons. However, if others have been successful with the two, then I can also do it.  Any time I get the chance, I go to the studio to work on my project so I have not pulled the brakes on my music, I’m very much active,” she said.

Adomaa made her acting introduction in the film Misfortune Joe and is now getting a charge out of good surveys as the lead character in Dede, which is the brainchild of producer Shirley Frimpong Manso’s Sparrow Creations.

Describing how she found her work, she said she did a talk for an Africa Sorcery film during the lockdown a year ago and her presentation allowed to highlight in Dede when she went for the tryout.

“I have not done many auditions so I was nervous, especially meeting Shirley Frimpong Manso who I admire so much. I channeled my nervousness into performance and I’m happy I didn’t look down on my myself but gave it my best shot.

“It was a big challenge but at the end of the day, I had a positive response from Shirley, she loved my performance and later gave me the script for a role in Dede. I’m happy to work with the likes of Anita Erskine, Joselyn Dumas, Lydia Forson and Adjetey Anang on the same set,” she stated.

Brought into the world to a Nigerian mother and a Ghanaian dad, Adomaa, whose genuine name is Happiness Adomaa Serwaa Adjeman, said her adoration for music began at a young age and she has no fantasies about relinquishing it.

Showing her dynamic nature on the music scene, the alumni of the Ghana Establishment of News coverage is competing for the Record of the Year with Be Your Own Lovely at the current year’s VGMA. She is facing Adina, Amaarae, Cina Soul, Epixode, Trigmatic, Worlasi and Yaa.


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