Ghanaian singer, Adina has indicated that she is currently eyeing other things apart from the VGMA.
To her, there are much more important things she hopes to achieve in her music career than just receiving plaques.
She made this known in an interview on Accra-based Happy FM.
Adina said “I feel like there is no real competition if I’m just getting the same thing over and over again. My challenge is to reach higher heights.
To be honest with you, when I say I’m targeting higher heights, I’m not talking about plaques or awards because that is really an icing. it’s just for Ghana and based on the work you have done. It is not my goal, because that is not what makes me a musician. there are other aspects of the job”.
She noted that there is the need to spread her tentacles because there are other places in the country her music is heard but the people have not seen her.
“I was discussing with my manager earlier today that hitting in just Accra isn’t the whole of Ghana. There are other parts of the country, there are people who have heard of you and they want to see you. My goal is to reach all those corners so if in the process of reaching out to my fans, my hard work is recognized and they decide to give me an award again for it, I’ll appreciate it and say thank you.”