Until radio edits of songs were mandated in the music space to curb profanity, profane songs were and are still somehow enjoyed by many Ghanaians.
In fact, rapper Yaa Pono and secular-musician-turned-evangelist Papa Shee have confirmed Ghanaians love profane songs and that only hypocrites would deny that fact.
Late singer Ebony Reigns was heavily criticised for how she played with words with lewd suggestion in her songs.
Eno Barony has faced similar heat. Several musicians have been caught in that web too.
But Adina, speaking on Hitz FM on Friday, said she would rather do songs her children could listen to.
According to her, profanity is not her style and she wouldn’t write songs her mom and kids wouldn’t be proud of.
She told host Andy Dosty that “there are certain things that I won’t put into my songs. It’s peculiar. I don’t wanna use some words. They should be songs that my mom can listen to. I wanna be able to play to my children. I pay mind to subjects when doing songs.”