Cina Soul unlocks her much awaited single “Plenty Evil”.
Ghanaian award-winning female vocalist, Cina Soul has finally released her long awaited track dubbed “Plenty Evil”, a free mp3 song for fans and music lovers to stream and enjoy. Jordan Beatz produced this impressive song by Cina Soul.
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Christie Quincyna Quarcoopome is a Ghanaian singer-songwriter and music artist. She was born on May 3, 1997, and her stage name is Cina Soul. A finalist in the 2014 Vodafone Ghana Music Icons competition, which was held in Accra, Ghana.
Cina was born in Kokomlemle, Ghana, and raised in both Accra and Kokomlemle. She is from Accra’s Jamestown.
She was born in Ghana and is from the Ga Tribe. Cina Soul went to Deyoungsters International School for junior high school and Aburi Girls Senior High School for senior high school. She then went to the University of Ghana to study psychology and archaeology.Cina is the middle child of three. She has an older sister and a younger sister, and all three of them can sing well, which might be something they got from their father.
Cina Soul’s first try at music was in 2014, when she was a finalist in the Vodafone Ghana Music Icons. After that, songs like Mr. Eazi’s “Bankulize” and Cyna’s “Bamidele” were remixed and covered by other artists. Cina’s first album, “Metanoia,” came out in 2016. It had songs by M.anifest, Worlasi, and KiDi, and it put her in the spotlight and got her hits “Awo” and “Julor” on the charts.
Cina Soul did a lot for the Black Girls Glow Project, which Dzyadzorm and Poetra Asantewa started in 2017. In July 2017, the group put out their first record, Mother of Heirs, along with other artists like Adomaa, Fu, and Ria Boss. In December 2017, Cina Soul and Nana Yaa played at the Allianz Awards at the Goethe-Institute as part of “Ghana Goes Germany” and the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards. She also put on a show called “Metanoia X.”