Cina Soul blends her lyrics in her local Ghanaian dialect and English effortlessly, even if we don’t understand the language, her words seem so true to her music embodied with heart and thought.
Early this month we stumbled across a video of a Ghanaian singer who seamlessly covered songs by Nigerian and Ghanaian artistes including ‘Bankulize’ (Mr Eazi), ‘Skintight’ (Mr Eazi), ‘In my bed’ (Wizkid), and ‘Go harder’ (Stonebwoy) in a mashup. Her flawless arrangement and interpretation is infused with R&B melody and guaranteed to impress you and get you nodding along to it.
Scanning through Cina Soul‘s Soundcloud channel, the first song she uploaded almost 10 months ago is a cover of Asa’s ‘Ba mi dele’. Almost like the original version, on Cina’s rendition, her voice is soft and modulated as she delivers the lyrics to Asa’s tune. Despite being easeful, her vocalization is certain to give you chills.
On her own original song titled ‘Awo’ released seven months ago, the vocalist whose real name Quincyna pours out comforting essence on the soul warming song.
Her most recent single ‘Julor’ is a delightful mix of neo soul and jazz with an easy going tempo. The song produced by Odunsi features award winning Ghanaian rapper M.anifest.
Cina Soul blends her lyrics in her local Ghanaian dialect and English effortlessly, even if we don’t understand the language, her words seem so true to her music embodied with heart and thought. The singer recently revealed on Twitter she is currently working on her EP. She’s definitely one to watch out for if you like soul music.