Dancehall sensation, Ebony Reigns, born Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng yesterday treated patrons of the annual December to Remember to a show stopping performance of her hit songs.
The dancehall musician gave patrons a fair share of their money’s worth with her sizzling performances and incredible stagecraft.
She performed many of her songs leading the charge with her gospel song titled “Aseda” followed by the songs that she broke out with including “Poison”, “Kupe” and “Date your father”.
The “Kupe” singer sent the fans into raptures when she stepped on the stage and led them to sing along to her songs that have gradually taken over the airwaves in the country.
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The “Maame Hw3” hit maker once again has proved that she is worthy of the “Artiste of the Year” Award come next year if things go as planned. Her fans are already gunning for her to be crowned the Dancehall Queen of Ghana.
Her latest creation which is a song-like campaign against domestic violence has already hit over a million views on YouTube.
Other artists that have performed at the programme include Adoma, Adina, Magnom, Fancy Gadam, B4Bonah, Kidi. Kuami Eugene and MzVee.
Not too long ago, the musician was slammed for dressing ‘indecently’ to the 2017 4SyteTV Music Video Awards when a video in which she was wearing a blue dress went viral on social media.
She received a barrage of attacks for the act and many people accused her of trying to be an ‘attention seeker’ with her wardrobe choice.
When the video went viral, the “Sponsor” hit maker came out to squarely face all her critics when she revealed that she was not in any way going to change her way of dressing to suit anyone. She indicated that her dressing was also part of her branding and it was just a matter of time till Ghanaians came to accept her for her way of dressing.
Her manager, Bullet of Ruff and Smooth fame came out and slammed the ‘cameraman’ as the cause for the video going viral. He also slammed some celebrities who criticized his artiste.
Ebony has gained a lot of recognition with her songs and stagecraft. She has also won the admiration of many public figures and entertainers including Countryman Songo, Shatta Wale, Bulldog and Abeiku Aggrey Santana.