When I Die, Cremate My Body And Use It For Manure- Adomaa Outlines Last Wishes

Adomaa envisions her body serving a more ecological purpose as fertilizer for a tree, rather than occupying space in a grave without a meaningful function. Joy Onyinyechukwu Adomaa Serwaa Adjeman, her real name, is a youthful, passionate, and versatile artist known for her roles as a singer, actor, and model.

In the realm of alternative music, Adomaa brings a revitalizing artistic approach, combining jazz, soul, highlife, and afrobeat into a unique style she terms Afro-jazz. Beyond entertainment, Adomaa aspires to make a personal impact on people’s lives through her music, crafting a distinct fusion of vintage and Afrocentric culture.

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Adomaa has collaborated with prominent figures in the Ghanaian industry, including Stonebwoy, Efya, EL, Jayso, Flowking Stone, Ko-Jo Cue & Shaker. Her portfolio includes two projects – ‘Afraba The EP’ and the ‘Barely Adomaa’ compilation project. In addition to her musical endeavors, Adomaa has showcased her talent in the film industry, earning nominations for the film “Bad Luck Joe” and appearing in the popular DSTV series “Dede” alongside actors such as Adjetey Anang, Chris Attoh, and Joselyn Dumas.

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