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VGMA 2018: Akosua Agyapong, Efya, MzVee, Adina pay a teary tribute to Ebony Reigns [Watch]

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Vodafone Ghana Music Award 2018 was lit yesterday, 14 February 2018 as most ace artists in Ghana mounted the stage to giver energetic and power packed performances.

But one moment that got everybody sober was when female Ghanaian singers, Akosua Agyapong, Efya, MzVee, and Adina mounted the stage to give a teary tribute to Ebony.

SEE ALSO: VGMA 2018: This Is What Opana Shatta Wale Has To Say After Winning Only One Award – SEE FULL LIST

They sang Ebony’s songs coupled with energetic dance moves mimicking the te late Dancehall star.

At the end of the show, the late Afro Dancehall star, Ebony Reigns emerge the overall artist of the year. She deserves it even though she is late.

SEE ALSO: Video: Watch Stonebwoy’s Energetic Performance At The 2018 VGMA

WATCH THE PERFORMANCE BELOW

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=92HKRcL9RlE&feature=youtu.be

SEE ALSO: Ebony Reigns Wins VGMA 2018 Artist Of The Year; Check Out The Full List Of Winners

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