Adomaa has recently expressed her unique perspective on death and burial in response to a viral report about rising grave prices.
Rather than being buried in a traditional casket, Adomaa believes that her body would be better served as fertilizer for a tree rather than taking up space in a grave with no purpose.
As someone of both Ghanaian and Nigerian descent, Adomaa’s perspective offers a fresh take on traditional burial practices. Here’s what she posted:
“Honestly, I do not want to be buried in this way. Give my useful organs and parts to people who need them, then plant a seed with the rest of me (cremated or any inexpensive way) and let me exist as a tree. Y’all can have a picnic, play music, laugh and dance under the shade. I’d like that very much,” she said.
Adomaa’s real name is Joy Onyinyechukwu Adomaa Serwaa Adjeman. She is young, passionate and a multi-talented singer, actor and model. She brings a refreshing new surge of artistry to the world of alternative music with her personal style – an exclusive mélange of jazz, soul, highlife and afrobeat which she terms Afro-jazz.
As someone who is more than just an entertainer, Adomaa’s desire is to personally touch people’s lives through her music as well as create a unique blend of vintage and Afrocentric culture.
She has collaborated with many Ghanaian industry heavyweights such as Stonebwoy, Efya, EL, Jayso, Flowking Stone, Ko-Jo Cue & Shaker, and has two projects to her name – ‘Afraba The EP,” and the ‘Barely Adomaa’ compilation project. She has also starred in multiple award nominated film, “Bad Luck Joe” and the hit DSTV series “Dede” alongside actors like Adjetey Anang, Chris Attoh and Joselyn Dumas.
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