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Ebony is ‘back again’ in 2018 as she releases her first ‘hot’ photo

Fans of Ebony Reigns are crushing on the diva of the moment over the latest picture she has just posted on her instagram page.

The proud 90’s badgyal looks ‘serious’ and ‘confident’ in this latest photo as if to say “I am ready to take over the music industry in 2018.”

No doubt she has fittingly captioned this beautiful photo:

“Hey 21018 [with a waving hand emoji]. in less than 18 hours after making this post, the photo has pulled nearly 13, 000 likes with many comments.

Some of the comments read:

“The hustle will pay off in this year @ebony_reigns”

“This girl is something [else] love u ebony 2018 is urs keep the fire burning” “Love from Nigeria @ebony_reigns my dancehall Queen ”

“90s bad gal love yr style” “Nice outfit @ebony_reigns”

“U [are] too beautiful”

“Happy new year, looking forward for the best from you…. I love you”

One of the fans encouraged Ebony, and advised her to be herself and not pay attention to ‘hypocrite’.

He wrote: “The world is full of hypocrites, don’t let them criticise u for been yourself. Do what makes you happy. True fan all day everyday.”

Ebony Reigns, born Pricilla Opoku Agyeman has had a successful career in 2017 with her music releases which all became hit songs.

Ebony Reigns did not reign in music alone but also in music videos.

She is one record as the first female musician to release four videos within a short period of time for some of her songs – ‘Sponsor’, ‘Hustle’, ‘Poison’ and ‘Maame Hw3’.

Her music video of her last song for 2017 ‘Maame Hw3’ pulled over one million views in one month and this got Ebony over the moon.

She has so far won the Artiste of the Year award at the BASS awards beating Samini, Stonebowy; Mz Vee and others.

The ‘Sponsor’ hit maker has also won the Best Female Musician of the Year at the 2017 People’s Celebrity Awards beating Becca, Joyce Blessing; Mz Vee, Efya and several others.

Ebony has revealed that she is currently eyeing the top award for the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2018 and that is the Artiste of the Year award.

Hey 2018 👋🏿

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See Photos: Ex President Rawlings Shows Cooking Skills On Yvonne Okoro’s TV Sow

Season 3 Season 3 of Yvonne Okoro’s cooking show, ‘Dining With’ will start airing on Ghone TV this Sunday January 21 at 4pm.

The show promises to be exciting as it features an array of great personalities including former President Rawlings who will be showing off his cooking prowess. It is the first time he is ever appeared on a cooking show. Other personalities like Hon.

Kennedy Agyapong, Kwaw Kese, Lydia Forson, Aplus, Afia Schwarzenegger and Nigerian male Barbie Bobrisky will also be on the show. The likes of controversial counsellor George Lutterodt and sibling stars Sister Debbie and Wanluv Kubolor are some of the personalities to also look out for.

The award winning show does not only engages personalities who pass through to try cooking their favourite meals but also discuss other topical issues of the day and funny quiz moments.

Hosted by Yvonne Okoro, Dining With is produced by Desamour Company Ltd and Directed by Shirley Frimpong Manso. The third season is dubbed ‘Cooks & Braggarts’ just as the second season and it will be showing on GHone TV on Sundays at 4:00pm. It is sponsored by KLEANZ products a product of Ghandour Cosmetics and Alvaro a product of Guinness Ghana LTD.




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Komla Dumor’s wife shares photo of kids as she remembers husband’s demise

Kwansema Dumor, the wife of late Ghanaian prolific broadcaster Komla Dumor, has shared a lovely photo of her three children all grown up.

The late Komla Dumor has been given a posthumous tribute by his wife and children, four years after his demise.

Wife of the late journalist, Kwamsema Dumor, took to social media to share photos of their fully grown three children. Mrs Dumor bore three beautiful daughters with her husband before his demise and she decided to pay tribute to him in the loveliest of ways.

The photos were accompanied by the words: “1Cor 13:13 “And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love. “We love you Komla and remember you always!” It’s been exactly four years since Komla Dumor passed on after reportedly suffering a cardiac arrest.

The ace broadcaster died in London on January 18, 2014, having been an employee of the BBC before his demise. Komla Dumor also once worked with Joy FM, where he was the host of the Super Morning Show.





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There’s no rapper bigger than Sarkodie from Ghana – Cassper Nyovest

South African rapper, Cassper Nyovest, seem to have unintentionally waded in the popular conversation that has been running for quite a while now on the Ghanaian music scene on who is the biggest rapper in Ghana.

The South African rapper who won the Best Hip Hop act award at the just concluded Soundcity MVPs shared his thoughts on the issues of Hip Hop music on the continent said most African rappers are unable to cross from their territory to conquer the rest of the continent.

Cassper who was speaking during an interview in Nigeria said regardless of how big artistes are in their home country, they are hardly able to make it as big in other countries.

The “Doc Shebaleza” crooner explained that hip hop is not an African sound but obtained from Americans while also expressing optimism that Africans will one day find their own hip hop sound which will be peculiar to them.

Speaking on the domination of the South African music on the continent, Cassper said;

“South African Hip-hop is in the forefront of African Hip-hop in general. It might not be as popular as it is in South Africa in Nigeria. But I know for a fact that the rappers from Nigeria are kinda unknown in SA. If we talk about crossing over, I know that a lot of people in Nigeria know about my music. I know that in Kenya and Ghana it’s the same thing”. He stated

He further added that, “I’m not just talking about me, I’m talking about the movement. Sarkodie is big in Ghana, but are there other rappers who are as big as Sarkodie from Ghana? The South African Hip-hop movement is big across, also in London, New York…we are out there performing in different countries.

Me saying that might offend people here. They might feel that I’m taking shots at Nigerian music. But that’s not the deal. If we are to discuss in terms of numbers and appeal across the world, it’s just the way it is”. He concluded



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