Friday, February 8, 2019, marks exactly one year since dancehall diva, Ebony Reigns, died with two others in a tragic accident on the Sunyani-Kumasi highway.
Ebony, then signed unto RuffTown Records was returning from Sunyani where she had visited her mother.
Prior to her death, Ebony was one of the most sought after artistes in the country as she released a number of hit songs in the last 12 months before her death.
YEN.com.gh brings you the best songs of Ebony Reigns that will make Ghanaians not forget her anytime soon.
1. Maame Hwɛ:
This song was released in December 2017, just two months before her death but it has become the signature song of the later singer.
Going away from her usually controversial lyrics, Ebony decided to preach against domestic violence, especially against women.
Four months after its release and two months after Ebony's death, the song which was written by Bullet, the CEO of RuffTown Records, Ebony's record label, won the award Songwriter of the year at the 2018 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs).
Released somewhere in May 2017, the song took the nation by storm. Propelled by controversial lyrics, it became an instant hit.
Till date, the young and the old are swept off their feet by this song which won the Afropop Song of the Year award at the 2018 VGMAs.
The song which became commonly known as Medi Wo Dwa due to its chorus was released in November 2017 and became an instant hit.
Featuring Brella, Hustle borrowed from Ruff and Smooth's Medi Wo Dwa track but Ebony made it very much hers.
This is the song that made many take note of Ebony Reigns as a talented musician.
Playing on words just like Daddy Lumba did for his Poison hit in 2001, Ebony caught attention with controversial lyrics.
It was released in January 2017.
Released in May 2016, it was Ebony's second track in her career and the first mainstream hit.
And she did not look back from there.
6. Date Ur Fada:
This song had Ebony warning her man not to break heart or else she would date his father.
It cemented Ebony's reputation as a bad girl.
Ebony shifted from her regular controversial self and decided to praise God.
The result was a beautiful song which was released in December 2017.
Bringing out through all these songs just about 18 months apart, there is little to wonder why at just 20 years, Ebony became so much of sensation.
Interestingly, all these tracks and other very good ones like Turn Off The Lights and Dancefloor were part of Ebony's first and only album as a musician, Bonyfied.
Ebony's hit songs which led to her posthumous win at the first female to become the VGMAs' Artiste of the Year really makes her a legend.
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