Young soulful gospel singer and songwriter, Aduhemaa has denied the assertion that she is intimated by the success chalked by her elder sister Jayana in the Gospel music space.
The ‘Baba Nagode’ hit maker speaking on ‘The Emergers Arena’ on TCA Radio with host SOG Precious was full of admiration of her sister’s milestone when asked if she feels intimated by the feat her sister, Jayana has chalked in the Gospel music ministry.
‘Not at all. She is my big sister. When I started music, she was the sound I knew. When I was singing back in SHS, my mentor was Jayana; she was then called Jemima. She contested in ‘Stars of the Future’ and is someone who loves music. I’m not intimated. I am really excited,’ Aduhemaa stated.
Aduhemaa further recounted an experience when she shed tears of joy when she witnessed her sister performing on stage.
‘There was one time she was performing and I was also on the bill and when she was singing I was just crying. That is my sister; we have lived together. I know the journey she has been through, the things she’s gone, the achievements and the struggles. I am super-excited she is where she is. I still look up to her; she’s more like a mentor to me,’ she added.
Jayana and Aduhemaa who are both gospel musicians are daughters of the late Bishop Dr Augustine Annor Yeboah. The sensational sisters have had the opportunity of gracing big stages as a duo including the Zylofon TV Nine Lessons and Carol’s night.