Ghanaian producer Ekua Armah lands top role with Rihanna's Savage X Fenty

Ghanaian producer Ekua Armah lands top role with Rihanna's Savage X Fenty

- Ekua Armah has joined a company owned by music star, Rihanna

- Armah shared the exciting news on LinkedIn

- She has been congratulated by several people

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Ghanaian writer and producer, Ekua Armah, has joined Savage X Fenty, a lingerie line owned by Rihanna, the top-selling American star and businesswoman.

Armah shared the news about her new job as an Editorial and Brand Copywriter for the company on LinkedIn, the platform mainly used for professional networking.

Ghanaian Ekua Armah joins Rihanna-owned Savage X Fenty; gets praised for achievement
Ghanaian Ekua Armah joins Rihanna-owned Savage X Fenty; gets praised for achievement. Photo source: user-generated
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She adds to the tall list of Ghanaians around the world including David Adjaye and Ruby Amanfu excelling in their career fields.

"Incredibly excited to announce that I recently joined the Savage X Fenty: Lingerie by Rihanna team! #newposition," reads the post by Armah, who also doubles as a curator "at the intersection of branded content, culture, and community."

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Her announcement was well-received with many expressing their joy for her.

"Love this! Congratulations!" Ariel Singleton wrote. Victoria Walker added: "Congratulations! Wishing you great opportunities and positive outcomes!"

Find a few more good wishes sent the way of Akua below.

Maycie Timpone: "So awesome, congrats Ekua!!!"
Eyitemi Popo: "Congrats Ekua!! How exciting?!"
Kobina Armah: “Didn't they tell you that I was a Savage?” Congratulations Ekua!
Ama Konadu Amoafo-Yeboah: "Yessss congratulations Ekua!! I’m so excited for you!"
Ghanaian producer Ekua Armah lands top role with Rihanna's Savage X Fenty
Ghanaian producer Ekua Armah lands top role with Rihanna's Savage X Fenty. Photo source: LinkedIn (Ekua Armah)
Source: UGC

In other news, Ghanaian artiste, Sarkodie deserves praise for seeking the permission of George Darko before interpolating the popular song, Odo Colour on his new song, Coachella, featuring Kwesi Arthur.

Arnold Asamoah Baidoo, an entertainment analyst said this whilst speaking as a panelist on Entertainment Review on Peace 104.3 FM.

In the past few months, a number of artistes have been under fire for sampling or interpolating songs by other people without their consent. In their defense, they claimed to do that to keep the legacy of old artistes alive.

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"In an era where young artistes don't respect the legends and their copyright, he has stuck to the core business of copyright-related matters. And he has to be praised for it," Asamoah-Baidoo said.

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