Entertainment of Sunday, 1 April 2018
Afro-soul singer Adina got the audience of the 2018 ‘Easter Comedy’ show excited with her new song titled ‘Killing Me Softly’ yesterday at the Accra International Conference.
The winner of best vocalist at the Ghana Music Awards sang softly alongside the band. The bubbly singer swayed her body in conjunction with the live band as she beautifully sang, getting the atmosphere charged.
She went offstage, into the crowd, singing her popular hit song ‘Too late’ to an anonymous person but was jokingly interrupted by Nigerian comic Kenny Blaq.
Adina Thembi Ndamse got patrons electrified with one soothing tune of her song titled ‘Makoma’ which featured the rapper Sarkodie, but delivered the lines to Sarkodie’s part herself, earning a loud applause from the audience.
The 5th edition of the ‘Easter Comedy’ show was gracefully hosted by Lekzy Decomic. A list of comedians and artists including Okey Bakassi, Uganda’s Salvado, Kenny Blaq and others were billed for the event. The Easter Comedy show seeks to promote Africa’s finest comedians