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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 listen to my music for free

One Woman, 30 African Countries

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Greetings to everyone! Sharing from the BBC the inspiring story of Katchie Nzama, who went on a mission to visit and experience 30 different countries across the continent of Africa. As always let me know what you think in the comments below : ) best wishes – Adjoa Click here to listen to my music […]

Saving South Africa’s Oldest Language

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Hello everyone Language is a big passion of mine, so I was really moved by this story from the BBC, of Katrina Esau and her sisters, on a mission to save Njuu, Southern Africa’s oldest language, from extinction. Hit the link and as always, let me know what you think best wishes – Adjoa Click […]

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 […]

Twi On TV – Idris Elba Sitcom

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It was great to catch an episode of ‘In The Long Run’, the brand new semi-biographical sitcom from Idris Elba based around his life with his family, who moved to the UK from Sierra Leone. Set in 80’s London, it co-stars comedian Bill Bailey as his neighbour Bagpipes, and Ghanaian actress Madeline Appiah as his […]

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