In the video, Ebony is captured busily rinsing a blue car, while a young man, believed to be the owner of the car looks on.
We cannot tell exactly when this video was shot, but could it be that Ebony once worked with the washing bay before becoming a popular superstar? The way she went about the work proves that she had always been a hard working girl, not just in musical performance, but also with ‘hard’ jobs.
The hardworking Ebony Reigns, within two years in her music career, took Ghana by storm. She first released her debut single, ‘Dancefloor’ in 2015, but unfortunately, the song did not receive much attention. Ever the hardworking young lady, Ebony kept working hard and finally, released her second song, ‘Kupe’, in 2016, and that shot her to the limelight. The Original 90sBadgurl as Ebony proudly referred to herself, went on to churn out hit upon hit songs including ‘Sponsor’, ‘Date Ur Fada’, ‘Hustle’, ‘Maame Hw3’, and ‘Aseda’, which are currently enjoying massive airplay.
She was able to achieve so much in the music industry within that short period under the management of Bullet. Unfortunately, just when she was about going international, death snatched Ebony from her family, friends and Ghanaians. Born Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng, Ebony died in a gory accident together with her personal assistant, Franklina Nkansah Kuri, and bodyguard, Lance Corporal Vondee Francis Atsu. They were returning from Sunyani in the Brong Ahafo Region, where they had visited her mother and other family members. Ebony Reigns will be laid to rest on March 17, 2018.