- A video of the late Ebony Reigns singing one of the songs of gospel artiste Noble Nketiah has popped up online
- The video came up in remembrance of the RuffTown Records singer as part of the second anniversary of her death
- Following the video, many Ghanaian on social media have been left in tears
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A video of Ebony Reigns, the late Afropop and Dancehall artiste, singing a song by gospel artiste Noble Nketiah, has stirred emotions on social media.
To remember the late RuffTown Records singer, many Ghanaians have taken to social media to share photos and videos of Ebony.
One of the remembrance videos of Ebony which has caught attention is an excerpt from an interview she had with Abeiku Santana on the Atuu Show on UTV.
In the said interview, Ebony Reigns disclosed that she sometimes performed in church. Surprised by the claim, her host asked her to sing a gospel song to his hearing.
Ebony chose Noble Nketiah's Anwanwasem (Barima Yesu) and effortlessly delivered to the admiration of Abeiku Santana.
The excerpt video of Ebony singing the gospel song has drawn a lot of teary reactions from social media users since it popped up.
Many are those who could not write anything except to use emojis to express their heartbreak. And for those who could write, it was all sadness and lamentation.
@lopez_kb was impressed with Ebony's delivery: "She does it so effortlessly... just gifted."
@queenreny hailed Ebony for her rich vocal quality: "If this lady were to still be alive errr... such a voice."
@twinsmumdntbeg was missing Ebony: "RIP ohema we miss you so much hmmm life."
@evershed_amekor was interested in knowing the song: "arr beg oo, what's the title of the Gospel song Ebony was singing?"
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that TV personality Afia Schwar has paid a tribute to Ebony Reigns on the second anniversary of the singer's death.
Just like many Ghanaians, Afia Schwar took to social media to share photos of Ebony with a caption remembering.
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