Ghanaians continue to mourn and celebrate the legacy of a true musical queen Ebony Reigns whose life was cut short by fatal accident.
Ebony Reigns was for sure about to take on the world and here’s why we think so. The singer in her teens had rose to become a household name in the music industry in Ghana.
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She’s one of the few female musicians who regularly pierced to the headlines with either her music or lifestyle. She was really born for this;
In 2015, Bullet of Ruff N Smooth fame had discover the next true queen through a friend; Ogee the MC. She debuted into mainstream with the single ‘Dancefloor’. At the age of 19, she had become a star with hit song ‘Kupe’. In 2017, she became the most watched Ghanaian female artiste on YouTube. The same year, she also had a nationwide hit ‘Poison’.
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If you’re an avid GhKings reader, you’d realise that she constantly popped up as an artiste tipped to rub shoulders with the likes of Shatta Wale and Sarkodie in 2018. She had become the people’s favourite!
Ebony Reigns within the short time was reckoned as fearless and a force against women abuse. Her style of dressing also revealed the true meaning of original 90’s badgal who wouldn’t budge for any mistreatment.
According to Bullet, the singer shortly before her death had signed $200,000 deal with Hi5 Choco-Malt by Kasapreko, a beverage company in Ghana.
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Shortly before her untimely death, Nana Ohemaa as she was affectionately called, released “Maame Hw3” a song which heavily gave hoots of derision at domestic violence against women.
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February 8, 2018, the singer was involved in a fatal accident with her friend Franky Kuri and military officer Atsu Vondee on their way from Sunyani to Accra. The driver survived.
Bullet uttered on radio for this first time that a prophetess had revealed to Ebony that she’d meet member of Ruff N Smooth fame (her manager) and at the peak of her career she’ll die.
Her death reminds every Ghanaian of Terry Bonchaka (October 30, 2003) and Suzzy Williams (September 8, 2005); they all died on Thursday.