Adjoa Record Release


Sharing My Love Of Ghana’s Traditional Culture

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I was born in the UK to parents who came here from Ghana, West Africa. I discovered the culture of Ghana and the Akan tribe when I was taken there as a child with my parents. So there I was this UK girl surrounded by a completely new world. I remember one day at school […]

UK/Ghana Soul Celebration Friday July 20th

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Hi there! I am so looking forward to returning for a second time to perform at the wonderful Green Note in Camden on Friday July 20th. I’ll be singing songs from my ‘Adjoa’ and ‘Adinkra’ EPs as played on stations in the UK and the USA, fusing ‘beautiful soul music’ with vibrant traditional Ghanaian percussion, […]

UK/Ghana Soul Celebration at the Green Note

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Hello I was thrilled to get some wonderful feedback performing at the brilliant Green Note for the first time “There is only one woman who moves like Adjoa Owusu – feminine, sensuous and gracious. Then her voice – is it alto then bass then earthy… then cosmic sounds.. Her smile – her radiance – her […]

Best wishes for a wonderful week!

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Here’s a pic from my performance on the World Music Stage at Notting HIll Carnival, previewing songs from my Adinkra EP. best wishes – Adjoa Click here to join me for my upcoming Central London UK/Ghana Soul Celebration, July 20

Is It All Black & White? Festival, Shoreditch

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Hi Here’s a pic from my performance at the ‘Is It All Black & White?’ Festival which happened a while back in Shoreditch. It was brill to sing songs from my Adinkra EP. I was joined by the Green Army Choir to sing my song Damé-Damé, and some members of the choir also joined me […]

All the best for 2018

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 Sending you a big thank you from the heart for your wonderful love and support in 2017! Please click the video for my new year greeting specially for you x It’s a snippet from my song ‘Nsoromma’ which I’m thrilled features Ghana’s premier guitarist, Mr Kari Bannerman. ‘Nsoromma’ is based around the Adinkra symbol of the same […]

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