Ghanaian-South African songstress, Adina has counselled parents to pay attention to their kids’ talents in the early stages.
Born Adina Thembi Ndamse, the talented singer and songwriter revealed she knew she was going to be a musician when she was very young.
Due to this, she has advised parents to be mindful of the talents of their children earlier.
“I always sort of knew as a kid that [I will be a musician]. I was the typical child that sang and made noise around the house with milk tins and holding something as a microphone. So I always kind of knew that I was going to be a musician,” Adina said in an interview on the August 7 edition of Springboard programme with Albert Ocran.
Adina, who is signed onto Lynx Entertainment added: “I think so because sometimes for certain kids, as early as two to three years, they kind of start their journey. As parents, I think they should just be mindful and just be watching your kid.
“I am a firm believer [that] if I do give birth and get the opportunity to be a parent, I strongly believe that it is necessary to focus on what you think your child’s interests are and… provide a unique environment to help them hone or harness whatever it is, because that could just be what they were brought to this world to do.”