Ghanaian musician Deborah Vanessa, popularly known as Sister Debbie has brought her unique style of music to the Ghana music industry since her first hit song Uncle Obama.’
The song, despite it’s hilariously controversial undertones, introduced the other side of Ghanaian music to the world.
Deborah Vanessa, who describes herself as the African Mermaid, is not just a singer, but also models for several notable fashion houses in Ghana and beyond, among other creative endeavours.
And like a mermaid, Sister Debbie is truly a beautiful Ghanaian woman.
In a photo via Instagram today, the African Mermaid sported a pink wool sweater and a purple wool skirt, showing off just a touch of skin to give off the alluring look.
The stunning Ghanaian-Romanian entrepreneur topped off her look with ‘killer’ purple braids, giving her that stylish Afrochic undernotes.
This is not the first time Sister Debbie rocked purple, as some months ago, she showed this stunning purple bob in a photoshoot.
The singer and her brother, the very eccentric Afro-pop artiste, Wanlov the Kubolor are known to push the boundaries with their musical style.
With a vibrant following, and more and more different yet inspired music on the way, it is easy to see why the singer is fast becoming one of Ghana’s favorite stars.
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