Finally, it seems Ebony is heeding calls by many Ghanaians to check her dress and grooming.
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She is arguably the most talked about musician in 2017.
But the ‘Sponsor’ hit maker surprised patrons at her corporate launch in Accra this week when she came out to perform with Abeiku Santana.
Uncharacteristic of her, Ebony walked onto the performance floor in a long skirt that got many applauding her.
The applause perhaps indicated that the gathering was eager to see the apparel in which she was clad.
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Ebony Reigns, born Pricilla Opoku Agyeman launched her first album ‘Bonyfied’ at the Golden Tulip Hotel in Accra on Wednesday.
She also used the occasion to unveil her ‘Soloku Bonfied Concert’ which is happening today Saturday December 9, at the West Hills Mall in Accra.
Ebony explained that her decision to hold the concert is to appreciate her fans for supporting her.
Therefore, it is a free-of-charge concert, she announced.
Patrons at the concert will see performances from Sarkodie, Edem, MzVee, Kurl Songx of ‘Jeniffer Lomotey’ fame, Kuami Eugue, Kidi and a host of other heavyweight Ghanaian musicians.
Undoubtedly, Ebony Reigns has had a thriving career this year 2017.
She has mostly made the headlines obviously for controversial reasons.
Many people have also express dissatisfaction with her choice of apparel and stage craft especially following her infamous 4syte Video Awards attire that sparked fire on social media.
Frema Ashkar, manager of Kwabena Kwabena, gospel musician Celestine Donkor and MUSIGA President Obour were among those who called Ebony to order on her fashion sense.
Meanwhile, she also had a few people supporting her, especially Abeiku Santana, who opined that Ebony would have been hailed if she were in America.
This comment from Abeiku also triggered reaction from the public.
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