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Adjoa sings in the dialects of Twi, Fante, Ga and Ewe of Ghana, and of course English. On her current Tribal Soul EP project she is working with her long term musicians Ghanaian master percussionist Emmanuel Tagoe, and bass player Eustace Williams.
There is also a guest appearance on a couple of her tracks from stellar Ghanaian guitarist Kari Bannerman (Ibibio Sound Machine, Osibisa, Konkoma)
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Adjoa’s Tribal Soul EP, sung in English and the Ghanaian language Twi, is due for release later this year. The EP is part of her Adinkra album, which is based around the theme of the Adinkra symbols of the Akan people of Ghana, Adjoa’s heritage. Each symbol is a stylized geometric image expressing proverbs or messages of the Akan people. As Adjoa began writing songs drawing on some of her experiences, she found that they were each evolving around the theme of a symbol, so it became the theme of her album.
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Watch out for this lady... a brilliant talent!
Peter Young, Jazz FM Radio
Adjoa is blessed with a voice of rare depth and richness.
Malcolm Prangell, Blues and Soul Magazine
Adjoa’s unique soulful voice tells a thousand stories – whatever she sings!