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Over a dozen upcoming female artistes in Ghana have tried their weak utmost to replace RuffTown’s late Ebony, some trying by the use of a nude brand and naughty songs to tow the sister’s hot lane, yet her legacy’s far reach has eluded them all even if they got very close around it.
Sounding like Ebony in perfect exactness is solely a natural vocal phenomenon and imitating everything her brand is not just a huge branding copy-task but also a quick fleeting feat.
Yes so though, but Xbad would sing outside the Ebony-imitator zone and still passes over as a strong reminder---- just because she genuinely shares a natural voice texture with Ebony!
Xbad in her cool operator mode on a record, listening to her calm songs is like listening to a soulful come-back Ebony.
Denial or utter irony? Despite the juicy peer praise from several age mate fans and powerful motivating props from pro-Ebony pundits that long to see the idol’s short legacy upheld like she never died, Xbad subtly frowns on the Ebony comparison up her stairs.
She considers her brand and persona different from the late’s, but nature will never stop prompting the public’s Ebony voice comparison as long as Xbad sings on in her natural voice until she has affected her singing accent to cover up their open similarity.
Per critical brand comparison, Xbad is not everything Ebony! Only her voice does the core relative job, she hasn’t stripped into a wild nude brand yet. She is a covers girl.
One of these very fine days when RuffTown’s Bullet gets hold of Xbad’s songs, each listen would remind him of his beloved late money mine. Many Ebony memories would he relive then off Xbad’s songs if he becomes a stuck XB fan.
Xbad is being managed by Agyingo [an ace record producer] and Obed Otoo of SmileCelebs.
The below link leads to her maiden release, a timeless hi-life mash-up piece worth everyone’s listen:
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