1. Ebony Reigns
It overwhelmed the music lovers and the nation in general on the 8th of February 2018 when news circulated about the death of the young singer. Ebony died at the age of 20 years.
The “Hustle (Medi wo dwa)” and “Poison” hitmaker had become successful with the Rufftown Record label in less than two years.
A horrible car collision; the cause of death, to this beautiful soul we all lost in 2018. Ebony still reigns in the hearts of fans.
Theophilus Tagoe, popularly known as Castro “Under fire!” disappeared on 6 July 2014 by drowning following a jet ski accident in Ada Estuary while on holiday with the Gyan brothers.
The Award-winning hiplife recording artist won the best hiplife song of the year in 2011 with hit song “African Girls”. Fans couldn’t bear the news of his death and took blames to the Gyan brothers.
In the year 2006, he won the Hiplife Artiste of the Year as well as the Hiplife Album of the Year, with his song “Toffee”. This award won him so much recognition in and outside Ghana
According to Asamoah Gyan, “That was the first time they went to Aqua Safari and that in the previous years, they went to Akosombo. That particular year, the yacht at Akosombo was broken down so they decided to go to Ada.” Castro was 38 years when he disappeared.
Who doesn’t miss Castro?
3. Abass Nurudeen
Kumawood Actor, Abass Nurudeen, also known as ‘Blinks’ was a favorite in the movie industry.
The actor and makeup artist was confirmed dead by the police in Kumasi on the afternoon of Wednesday, 7 November 2019. He was stabbed in a brawl. ‘Blinks’ died at the age of 35.
It crushed the hearts of his many fans that he died in such a terrible way.
Terry Bonchaka born Terry Nii Okang Mensah Adjetey was one of the most outstanding hiplife artists during his days.
He had immense respect and the unflinching love of Ghanaian music lovers. Terry Bonchaka again wowed fans with his songs and leg style dance moves.
‘Puulele’ hitmaker met his untimely death by a car crash on the Legon-Madina road while returning from a show at the Akuafo Hall Celebration at the University of Ghana(Legon).
Terry was and still remains a Ghanaian hiplife icon. He was 21 years old at the time and died on 29 October 2003.
KABA was a radio and Tv Icon. Kwadwo Asare Baffour Acheampong, known professionally by many as KABA, was an ace radio presenter of the Multimedia Media Group Limited.KABA before this unfortunate news was the host of Asempa FM’s ‘Ekosi Sen’ and was widely regarded for his many anti-corruption campaigns. H also hosted shows on Adom tv.
He was 37 years old. He passed away on 17 November 2017 at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra.
6. Bernard Nyarko
Bishop Benard Nyarko as he was popularly called, was a Ghanaian Actor and a comedian adored by many, who recently assumed to be a full-time preacher.
He passed away on 9 May 2020 and was known for the ‘Hero: Service to Humanity’ (2017) and Sidechic Gang (2018) movies. Bishop Benard Nyarko aged 49 at the time of his death.
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