Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng, popularly known as Ebony Reigns as her stage name and close relatives also known her to be Nana Hemaa. She was an adorable Ghanaian Dancehall and Afro beat artist known for her hit songs “Poison” and “Kupe”. Her talent was discovered by a musician and entrepreneur, Bullet from Ruff and SmoothSmooth and was signed to Ruff Town Record Label. Ebony Reigns became the eye of Ghana music because she had passion for music. Her music videos, stage performances and her lyrics were incredible.
Ebony was very young and talented and was a role model to many young girls who had passion for music. She came out with her first single “Dancehall” with video and audio release which became a hit that led her to be nominated in the 2016 Ghana Music Awards. Almost all of Ebony’s songs were controversial but showed her intelligence through her lyrics. Ebony’s unstoppable hit songs and her hard work really convinced Ghanaians the dream she had for the Ghana Music Industry.
Ebony Reigns meet her untimely death in a car accident whilst returning from Sunyani to Accra after paying a visit to her mother. She died together with her long time friend, Franklina and a soldier and the only person who survived the fatal accident was the driver. The sad part of Ebony’s unforgettable death is that, she died eight days before her birthday.
The death of Ebony Reigns became a big blow to the whole country and the world at large. Ebony had left a great legacy but a big hole in the hearts of family, friends and fans.
Her legacy will forever be remembered.
This picture confirms her dream for Ghana music.
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