Late sensational Dance hall songstress Ebony Reigns will be buried today following a well-attended tribute concert held last night at the International Trade Fair Center in her honour.
Her funeral will be held at the Black Star Square today.
Ebony, despite her short stint on earth manage to leave her footprints in the sands of time with hit songs that continue to play louder than ever even as she was no more, leaving Ghanaians dancing to her Maame Hwe hit song dedicated to the fight against domestic violence againt women; or Kupe that narrates the ordeal of a man who cant stay true to his love as the one fights to prove herself to him, or yet more, her song Sponsor, that spoke to the reality of the life some ladies today live which Ebony Reigns sang about or Aseda, a song Ebony dedicated to God in appreciation of for how He lifted her from her rags to Grace unbound, and to her death, which only He knew was coming.
As Ghanaians mourn today, MYNEWSGH.com can be sure it will be a celebration of Ebony’s life than a mourning of her death because it is impossible to live and love and be real the way Ebony was and be mourned, rather than celebrated for banging tunes from Poison, to Aseda, to to Kupe to Maame Hwe and Date ur Fada.
You may want to remind us about omission of Sponsor or Konkonsa Police or Dancefloor. That’s Ebony Reigns.
Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng, known in showbiz as Ebony, was born on February 16, 1997, is a Ghanaian dancehall/Afrobeats artist widely known for her hit songs “Poison” and “Kupe”, she was discovered by Bullet, a member of Ruff n Smooth fame.
Ebony was discovered by renowned musician and entrepreneur Bullet of Ruff n Smooth fame when she sent a recording of her voice and was signed to his Rufftown record label just a day after listening to the recording.
Ebony came out with her first single, “Dancefloor”, in December 2015 with a video and audio release. The song became a hit on radio landing her nomination for the unsung category at the 2016 Ghana Music Awards.
In March 2016 Ebony released her major hit single “Kupe”, which is a household anthem in Ghana and some other African countries.
She met her tragic death in an accident on the Sunyani-Kumasi road with two others after paying a visit to her mother who had returned from the United Kingdom.