- Stephanie Benson has wowed her many fans and music lovers with a new song
- The popular musician often touted as Ghana's queen of Jazz released GoToGirl recently
- Stephanie Benson turned 51 years old on August 16 and she was widely celebrated in Ghana and beyond
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UK-based Ghanaian international singer and performer, Stephanie Benson, has proven that she's still the undisputed queen of Jazz following the release of her latest song.
The musician who has been on the music scene in Ghana and beyond for many decades released GoToGirl for her ardent fans and music lovers all over the world.
Stephanie Benson also known as Princess Akua Ohenewaa Asieanem of Kokobin, brought her vast experience in jazz music to bear in her new project.
The song tells a love story and visuals that accompany it gives deeper meaning to the lyrics of the song.
Stephanie Benson was seen seated in a park as she entertained with her guitar and soothing voice as the video opens.
Some lovers stroll past and get caught up in the soothing melodies from the singer as they show off their dance moves while telling the love story.
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Speaking about the song, Stephanie Benson indicated that: "I want women to strive to be better. Aim higher. No women should ever see themselves as a go to girl to get their bills paid."
Over the years, Stephanie Benson has been noted for dropping songs that entertain, educate and inspire with many of them having the underlying theme of love.
The mother of five was recently in the news after flaunting a photo of her lovely daughters on social media which received a lot of admiration from her fanbase.
Meanwhile, Outspoken Ghanaian TV and radio personality, Valentina Nana Agyeiwaa famed as Afia Schwarzenegger has celebrated her twin sons on the occasion of their birthday today, August 21, 2021.
In a series of Instagram posts where she shared photos and captions, Afia Schwar could not thank God enough for bringing her sons James Ian Geiling Heerdegan and John Irvin Heerdegen Geiling thus far.
She celebrated the young men who are currently at the tertiary level in top academic institutions in the country and showed off their fashion sense.