Ghana's youngest musician Foto Copy has shared an interesting piece about the late Ghanaian songstress and Rufftown signee Ebony.
Ebony died in an accident three years ago alongside her two friend Franky and Vondee. The songstress was later crowned Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Artist of the year for her efforts in the Ghana Music Industry. Her songs such as "Maame Hwe", Poison, Kupe were all national hit.
In a post cited on Facebook, Foto Copy shared a deep message which suggests the songstress would have been a BET winner should she be doing music. Foto Copy in 2020 staged his own concert dubbed " I am Kasoa Virtual Concert" during the Covid season to entertain his fans.
After performing at the Ghana Music Awards USA nominees jam, the young lad is about to drop his first single. Being an artist, he feels the loss of Ebony has impacted the industry despite being replaced by Wendy Shay. Ruff town records did their best for the Kupe hitmaker.
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