Ebony goes gospel in latest song

Ebony goes gospel in latest song

See I’m nothing, nothing without you Lord. By your Grace and mercy you have raised me up.”

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Ebony goes gospel in latest song

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These are part of the lyrical content of Ebony’s latest song which is due release.

In a Facebook livestream, Ebony together with her manager, Bullet, sang her new song which is totally gospel.

She attributed her achievements in the music industry to God’s glory and mercy in the song.

The ‘sponsor’ hit maker who proudly refers to herself as ‘The 90s badgal’ sings of how she was looked down upon in the past but now being held in high esteem.

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Ebony also thanked God for her recognition in the music industry currently.

“At first no one called me. But now I’m called before many others are called,” she sings.

Ebony has recently come under huge criticisms following her manner of dressing and grooming.

She has been attacked by some well-meaning Ghanaians for what they call indecent exposure on her part.

MUSIGA President, Obour; gospel singer Celestine Donkor; media practitioners, lawyers as well as members of the public have all condemned Ebony for her indecent public appearances.

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But on many occasions, Ebony has stated that her way of dressing fits her brand and so there is no way she is going to change that.

She has also accused her critics of not believing God.

If you criticize me, then you do not believe in God,” Ebony once said.

This new song adds up to ‘Sponsor’, ‘Kupe’, ‘Date your father’, ‘ Poison’ and ‘Hustle’ which is currently receiving massive airplay across Ghana.

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