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Radio cum TV personality, Abeiku Santana has said the late Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng known in showbiz circles as Ebony Reigns made a huge impact on Ghana music industry.
He bemoaned her departure stressing that her absence from the music scene has left a huge unfilled gap and Ghanaians will miss the incomparable talent of the late Dancehall act.
According to him, the dancehall sensation had an amazing singing voice which was second to none.
He added that, the dancehall diva will be forever remembered, while speaking with TV personality MzGee over the weekend at the tribute concert of the late Ebony Reigns.
“She was unique in every way; especially with her voice. She was something else; she came, she saw and she conquered”
“Ghanaians will miss her for who she was. I mean, her impact in the music industry cannot be downplayed,” he asserted.
Ebony Reigns perished in a ghastly automobile accident on February 8, 2018 after she was returning from a visit to her mother in Sunyani.
Her childhood friend Franky Kuri and an Air Force official, Francis Atsu Vondee also died in the crash leaving the driver as the sole survivor of the car crash.
Born February 16, 1997 Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng, who is widely known for her hits ‘Sponsor’, ‘Maame Shw3’ and ‘Kupe’, was exposed to the music industry by Bullet her manager.
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