YEN.com.gh has sighted a video of dancehall diva, Ebony Reigns, in which she is dressed in a see-through clothe.
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In the video which happens to be the official music video of her hit song ‘Kupe’, Ebony is seen dancing and visibly shaking his body parts with some other female dancers.
She posted the video to one of her social media handles, thanking fans for their massive support since she started her career.
Ebony wrote: “I remember this day like last night...... Thanks to all those who have truly loved and supported Me. #TBT to #Kupe.”
By her caption, the young singer indicated that the video is a throwback one, and it is heartwarming to see her make a solid mark in the Ghana Music Industry today.
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The twenty-year-old superstar, since the release of her first single ‘Dancefloor’ in 2015 has not looked back on her career.
She has shown her determination to succeed in the music industry by the release of hit songs which earned her admiration from Ghanaians as perhaps the youngest female musician in Ghana’s history.
2017 saw an impressive performance by Ebony Reigns; for she released controversial ‘Sponsor’, ‘Date your father’, ‘Hustle’ and ‘Maame Hw3’ hit songs.
While Ghanaians showered praises on her for her hard work, Ebony was also lambasted for her style of dress and grooming.
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She was branded a ‘spoilt’ child with an ‘obscene’ brand.
Nevertheless, Ebony, born Pricilla Opoku Agyemang, had supporters who found nothing wrong with her choice of costumes.
Abeiku Santana and gospel musician Sonnie Badu were among those who called for support for her; while ‘attacking’ Ghanaians for criticizing ‘overly’ Ebony.
Meanwhile, Ebony has indicated that she is aiming for the Artiste of the Year Award in the upcoming Vodafone Ghana Music Awards; after beating top musicians including Samini, Stonebwoy, Becca, Mz Vee, Joyce Blessing, Obaapa Christy and others to win the BASS Artiste of the Year Award and Best Female Musician Award all in 2017.
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