Adina Howard

Adina Howard



Adina Howard is an American singer, songwriter, and actress who rose to fame with her 1995 hit “Freak Like Me.” Born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Howard began singing at an early age, eventually earning a spot in the local gospel choir.

Howard’s breakthrough came in 1995 when she released her debut single “Freak Like Me”. The song was an instant hit, reaching number two on the Billboard Hot 100 and becoming an international R&B classic. The accompanying album, Do You Wanna Ride?, also went gold.

Howard’s follow-up album, Welcome to Fantasy Island, was released in 1997 and peaked at number five on the R&B chart. The lead single, “Nasty Grind,” became a club hit. Howard then began acting, appearing in films such as The Players Club and Black and White.

In 2000, Howard released her third album, Private Show. The album featured the hit single “T-Shirt & Panties,” which became a top 10 hit and was also featured in the movie The Perfect Man. Howard then took a break from recording and focused on her acting career, appearing in several television shows and movies.

In 2010, Howard returned to the music scene with her fourth album, Bad 4 U. The album featured the hit single “S.O.S. (Save Our Souls)” and was praised by critics for its sophisticated sound.

Howard continues to write and record music and is currently working on a new album. In addition to music, she is an active philanthropist, working with numerous charities and causes related to education and health. She also serves as an ambassador for the American Red Cross.

Adina Howard has achieved tremendous success in her career and is widely respected as a talented musician and actress. Her music, which bridges the gap between R&B and hip hop, has been praised for its sultry vocals and innovative production. She is an inspirational figure for aspiring singers and a true symbol of success.

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