Dark Reigns was conceived Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng, amiably known as Nana Heemaa (Oheema) by her nearby family members, in Dansoman, a suburb of Accra. Her folks are Nana Poku Kwarteng and Beatrice Oppong Marthin. She was brought up in the metropolitan spaces of Accra however hailed from the Brong Ahafo region.
She began her essential training at Seven Great Princess Academy in Dansoman, Accra, trailed by a secondary school instruction at Methodist Girls High School at Mamfe in the Akuapim North District of the Eastern Region, Ghana, however she didn't graduate. She quit secondary school in quest for her music career.
Dark was found by artist and business visionary Bullet from Ruff n Smooth and was endorsed to his Ruff Town record label.
She came out with her first single, "Dancefloor", in December 2015, with a video and sound release. The melody turned into a radio hit, handling her an assignment for the "unrecognized" class at the 2016 Ghana Music Awards.[1
In March 2016 Ebony delivered her significant hit single "Kupe". She was endorsed to Ruff Town Records and Midas Touch Inc.
Dark Reigns was killed in a split second in a car accident on 8 February 2018 while getting back from Sunyani to Accra after a visit to her mom. Her collaborator and long-lasting companion Franklina Yaa Nkansah Kuri and trooper Atsu Vondee were additionally executed in the lethal mishap. The lone overcomer of the deadly accident was the driver. She kicked the bucket eight days before her 21st birthday.
Her last memorial service ceremonies was held at the forecourt of the state house, Accra, and she was covered at Osu graveyard on Saturday, March 24, 2018. In anticipation of the memorial service, the late Ebony's family gotten a ton of gifts from unmistakable characters, government and private institutions. Some of the top contributors at the memorial service were.
Discussions encompassing her passing
After Ebony Reigns kicked the bucket, contentions became uncontrolled and the country was separated into numerous latent groups. There were those that accepted that it might have been forestalled if streets were appropriately built and enough lit. Obviously, the Mankranso street she was going on that decisive night was in an extremely terrible state and to certain pundits, that affected the mishap. Others trust her passing is an Act of God and that however it was cruel, couldn't have been prevented. Still, others property her demise to what they think of her as shocking way of life and a few ministers came out after her passing to say that they had forecasted that Ebony rules would bite the dust on the off chance that she didn't change her "lifestyle".
Dr. Lawrence Tetteh, a famous minister in Ghana, additionally talked about how a few artists and organizations were exploiting Ebony Reigns' demise to make profits. Ghana Textile Printing Limited (GTP), for instance, is set to make recently altered fabrics with a portion of Ebony's tunes, for example, 'Aseda' and 'Maame Hw3' for naming functions and burial services, respectively. He demanded that he spent more cash on the memorial service than anybody and didn't see the value in the way that a few organizations were bringing in cash of her death. This started a great deal of debate since certain individuals accepted that his remarks were excessive as a minister and took to online media to communicate their perspectives. Dark's demise additionally raised all types of predictions concerning passings of different craftsmen, a regular model is Shatta Wale, known to be Ghana's main dancehall craftsman. A minister uncovered Shatta Wale planned to bite the dust before the 25th of December 2018, yet added, something can be made to stop it. Fans who put stock in Ebony's predictions wished the dancehall lord not to pass on but rather the craftsman posted recordings via web-based media taking steps to consume places of worship in the event that he lives after the said date. As to relate Ebony's demise to the predictions or to think of it as an ordinary mishap is obscure, each and everybody has the privilege to put stock in what his/her heart guided him/her
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