All you need to know about the talented Ebony
Ebony Musician Biography
The rising star was born in 16 February, 1997. She was born in Dansoman, a popular suburb in Accra. Ebony musician father is Mr. Opuku Kwateng. He is a chief in one of the towns in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. Her parents have been really supportive in the career of their daughter. They even taunt her by calling her ‘Queen.’
She started her education in Seven Great Princess Academy which is located in Dansoman, Accra. It was during her stay in Senior High School that she started exploring her talent in music. She attended Methodist Girls High School in the Akuapim North District of the Eastern Region of Ghana.
Her love for music grew deeply as she got into the music business. In 2015, she finished her study at the Methodist Girls High School. With the immense support of her parents she began her career in the music industry.
Ebony Musician ,Ghana finally managed to get the contacts of her current manager and entrepreneur Bullet of the Ruff n smooth fame. She sent him a recorded demo of her singing. Bullet was blown away by the vocal ability of the young undiscovered star.
He immediately signed her to his Rufftown records the following day. Her hard work and talent further led Bullet to sign her on Medias touch Inc. She finally released her first single under the label, dubbed ‘Dance floor.’ The song got massive airplay on the radio. Many people were interested in knowing the new talent that had rocked the music scene.
The song did very well in the music industry and her wings started soaring. Ghana’s Ebony musician was nominated for an award for the Vodafone Ghana Music Award. Despite not winning the award, this was a major milestone in the career of the young star.
The year 2017 was really a good year for the talented songstress which saw her win a couple of international awards. She bagged the New Artist of the Year during the Ghana Music Awards. She also won the Most Influential Award at the Merit Awards. She also won the New Artist of the Year award during the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.
This were among the many awards she won in 2017. Despite all these accomplishments, she stays grounded and owes her success to the support of her parents during the early stages of her career.