Prolific Ghanaian female dancehall artiste, Ebony Reigns, has released a new ‘jama’ song meant to celebrate hard working market women.
In a ‘Facebook Live’ she disclosed that ‘Hustle’ is her last but one song to draw down the curtains on her 2017 music releases.
The video of the song which was published on Youtube only yesterday, November 13, has garnered 14,060 views and 88 comments.
Ebony, who proudly refers to herself as the ‘Original 90’s bad girl’ says she is motivated by the hustles of market women to do this song.
According to her, she is aware of bad sales being recorded at the market places yet the market women still go to work.
She added that the market women and other traders do not give up in working hard for their families’ survival despite the challenging economic situation.
Ebony is known for hit dancehall songs such as ‘Sponsor’, ‘Date your Father’, ‘Kupe’ and ‘Poison’.
Yet this new song ‘Hustle’ is no dancehall.
She explained that her choice for this genre of song is to show Ghanaian and the world that she is a versatile musician.
“With this song, it’s time to go to the streets; and to show versatility in the game,” she said.
Undoubtedly, 2017 has been a good year for Ebony.
She has fared well with her music releases which all became hit songs.
The ‘Sponsor’ hit maker called on her fans to go get the song and to keep supporting her music and brand.
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