Singer to stage major concert at West Hills Mall, Dec 9

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The most-talked-about artist in Ghana presently, Ebony Reigns, is set to stage her first major self-produced concert and it is absolutely free.

2017 has been a good year for the young female act, releasing hit songs, quality videos and performing on almost all the high profile shows, plus; becoming the center of the most talk within and outside the frontiers of show business.

Come December 9, 2017, at the West Hills Mall, the “Hustle” hit maker is set to launch her maiden album with a major concert, ‘Soloku Bonyfied Concert’ – which is anticipated to be the biggest in the year.

She will be joined by a plethora of high profile artistes including Sarkodie, Samini and MzVee. The new generation of hitmakers such as King Promise, Kidi, Kuami Eugene and Kurl Songxare also on the bill to thrill patrons.

Other supporting acts are AK Songstress, Brella, Danny Beats, Bosheba and many others.

The  ‘Soloku Bonyfied Concert’ is put together by Rufftown/Midas Touch Inc and powered by Kaya Tours. It is being sponsored exclusively by Soloku Bitters.

Ebony has had such an eventful year, releasing banging hits, “Poison”, “Sponsor”, “Date Ur Fada” and “Hustle”. She is also one of the most featured artists in 2017, having collaborated with lots of artists in the year.

The West Hills Mall Concert is absolutely free to the general public and it starts at 6pm.

Source:pulse.com.gh

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