Hundreds of fans and supporters of Ebony Reigns are trooping in for pay their respects to the singer on her one-week memorial.
The service, which took place at the Martins De Porres School at Dansoman in Accra, saw the entire entertainment industry including the minister for tourism and creative arts and also the member of Parliament for Ablekuma West, Ursula Owusu, join hands in mourning with the bereaved family.
The traffic situation along the Sakaman street intensified as police personnel moved in to ensure sanity on the roads.
Veteran actress and presenter of most loved "by the fireside" - Maame Dokono, expressed shock over Ebony's death.
"I have been sick since I heard the terrible news," she told a reporter of UTV.
Ebony's death came as a shock to all as breaking news on a morning news bulletin revealed how the dancehall artiste had died in a road accident together with two other friends.
Ebony's death, unfortunately, sparked a wave of controversies as various self-acclaimed prophets laid claims to prophecies they made about the singer's sudden demise. Already, celebrities and politicians - including President Akufo-Addo and former president Mahama - have all paid tribute to the singer.
The minister of tourism and creative arts has also promised of ensuring that the singer gets a befitting burial.
YEN.com.gh has also compiled some facts that we so far know about the death of Ebony which includes the singer giving her life to Jesus Christ before her demise.
Ebony's real name is Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng. She was born on February 16th, 1997. Her music career shot to fame after being discovered by music producer and member of Ruff-n-Smooth fame, Bullet.
The singer's first hit was "Dancefloor" which got released with its video in 2015.
Stay with YEN.com.gh for live updates on the one-week memorial of Ebony Reigns.