Who Exactly Is Cina Soul's Husband

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By  | Jul 29, 2022, 08:45 AM  | Relationships

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Christie Quincyna Quarcoopome is a native of Jamestown in Accra and was born and raised in Kokomlemle, Ghana. She is a native of Ghana's Ga Tribe. Cina Soul attended Deyoungsters International School for her junior high education and Aburi Girls Senior High School for her senior high education before continuing her studies in psychology and archaeology at the University of Ghana.

Cina is the second child in a family of three. She has an elder sister and a younger sister, both of whom are gifted vocalists, a skill that may have come from their father.

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Cina Soul's husband

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Cina is currently unmarried, and nobody could confidently say that they are indeed "Cina Soul's husband."

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Cina Soul and KiDi

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KiDi, an afro-pop musician from Ghana, and Cina Soul have long been linked romantically.

Even though Cina Soul has openly refuted the claim that they ever had a romantic relationship, the subject keeps resurfacing occasionally.

The two are shown furiously kissing each other in KiDi's recently released film, "SUGAR," which has greatly contributed to the rumours that something is, in fact, going on between them.

Additionally, Cina Soul has made some statements in public that have led some Ghanaians to believe that she and KiDi are involved in an illicit relationship.

The singer of "Ojorley" has been quoted as saying that she has no problem adopting Kidi's son Zane Dwamena.

She also recently said that Ghanaians shouldn't be shocked if she marries Kidi, the singer of the hits "Enjoyment" and "Say Cheese."

Anyhow, the two get along great and look like the ideal match for one another.

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Career

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Cina Soul's first try at music was her 2014 finalist finish in the Vodafone Ghana Music Icons competition. Then, a number of mashups and versions of well-known songs, including Mr Eazi's Bankulize and Cyna's Bamidele, were performed.

Cina's debut album, "Metanoia," which featured M.anifest, Worlasi, and KiDi, was published in 2016. It was this album that brought Cina to public attention and helped her reach the top of the charts with the singles "Awo" and "Julor." The Black Girls Glow Project, started in 2017 by Dzyadzorm and Poetra Asantewa, heavily featured Cina Soul.

The group's debut album, Mother of Heirs, was released in July 2017 alongside artists like Adomaa, Fu, and Ria Boss. Together with Nana Yaa, Cina Soul performed at the 2017 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, the Allianz Awards, and the Goethe-Institut in December. Additionally, she emceed her own concert, "Metanoia X."

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Universal Music Group


The Universal Music Group signed Cina Soul after she released her debut single after her EP, "00:01," earlier in 2018. Under the new record company, she released her second album this year, titled "12:01." In August 2019, she released Adukwei, her second record, which served as both her debut single and under the Universal Music banner.

The song, which Nii Quaye created and sung in her native Ga dialect, was recorded in advance of the Homowo festival, which the Ga people of Ghana will be celebrating in 2019.

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