by: michael eli dokosi /                                   

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ebony-poisonAny doubt about Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng alias Ebony Reigns having enough gas in the tank to last the long haul in the music arena must have been settled with ‘Poison,’ her latest offering.

In ‘Poison’, featuring Gatdoe, Ebony informs us that whiles she is a teaser she is a pleaser as well who is capable of dominating any man under the sheets.

Hear her:

//You cannot let me go, call it Poison//

Clearly, Ebony is cocksure about her coochie perhaps like a tasty grilled spicy chicken which is irresistible and would have her man come for more.

Ebony is damn good with her lyrics, flow, attitude and delivery that she does hiplife and dancehall in on breath is commendable.

If Mzbel was the first lady of hiplife, Ebony must be its current regent.

Gatdoe assures the dreadlock damsel his wealth is hers having been impressed with her twerking, lap dance and windings.

//Kye nu dier afata wa e, odo yewu a na wu ko ye adiebi ……….// she further submits.

The RuffTown Records for Midas Touch Inc video shot by Yaw Skyface like other Ebony videos is glitzy and definitely not cheap.

Shot perhaps in Dubai or one of the Gulf States, there is ample skyscrapers to capture while Ebony is in the mood in her brassier and silver pant in one of the penthouses.

The white apparels she and Gatdoe put on is eye pleasing. Then there is the Bentley ride, the Roederee Champaign, the boat ride and overheard night shots.

Here is Ebony’s ‘Poison’ ft. Gatdoe:


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