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Life and music career

Rebecca Acheampong, born in Kumasi, Ghana, was an active participant in church and school activities during her childhood, attended Morning Star and Wesley Girls' High School, pursued her passion for singing in talent shows, later becoming a child care and education worker after graduating from Croydon College. She relocated to Ghana, signed with Kiki Banson's EKB Records, studied at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, and obtained a master's degree in brands and communication management from the University of Professional Studies (UPSA) where she became valedictorian.

Sugar Album

In 2007, Becca released her debut studio album "Sugar," featuring 12 songs recorded in English and Twi, including the lead single "You Lied to Me" with vocals by Kwabena Kwabena and a collaboration with Hugh Masekela on the song "I Love You," and the album was launched in both Ghana and South Africa alongside Hugh Masekela's album, "Live at the Market Theatre."

"Forever" and "Push" track release

In 2011 and 2012, Becca released several singles from her album, including "Forever" and "Push" featuring King Ayisoba and Trigmatic, with a music video that featured cameo appearances from John Dumelo, Yvonne Okoro, and Yvonne Nelson; "Bad Man Bad Girl" featuring 2face Idibia with a music video shot in Accra and other parts of Ghana; and "No Away" featuring M.I, with a music video shot in South Africa, which was one of the most expensive videos released by a Ghanaian artist at that time.

Time 4 Me Album

Becca's second studio album "Time 4 Me," released on 16 May 2013, features 20 songs with guest vocals from artists like 2face Idibia, MI, King Ayisoba, Trigmatic, Jay Storm, and Akwaboah, and includes hit singles "Forever," "Push," "Bad Man Bad Girl," "No Away," and "Follow the Leader," with the album going 2x platinum in Ghana, and she promoted it with a nationwide campus tour, while also including her 2011 single "Africa Woman" as a bonus track with a music video shot in Ghana.

''Follow the Leader," single release

In 2013, Becca released the fifth single "Follow the Leader," along with the music video for "Time 4 Me" shot in Yokohama and Tokyo, and performed at various events including the MTN Heroes of Change finale and her album launch with Kwame Yeboah's band, and headlined the Girl Talk concert at the National Theatre of Ghana on 20 December 2013.

Disappointment at the World Cup qualifier game

Becca was scheduled to sing Ghana's national anthem at a World Cup qualifier match against Zambia in September 2013 but was unable to perform due to a directive by match authorities, leading to her expressing dissatisfaction at the incident during the UN Cultural Night in Accra, with the Ghana Football Association spokesperson stating they were unaware of the arrangements.

"Move" single release

On 12 April 2014, Becca released her single "Move" featuring South African group Uhuru, with a music video featuring cameo appearances from Yvonne Chaka Chaka and Hugh Masekela, and she was reported to perform before Ghana Premier League matches to promote the league.

Relationship controversy

Becca became a central figure in the controversial divorce of her former manager, Kiki Banson, from his wife, as it was rumored that Banson divorced his wife to marry Becca, leading to reports that Becca's father disowned her due to her intention to wed her manager.

Personal life

Becca tied the knot with Oluwatobi Sanni Daniel, a Nigerian entrepreneur and artist manager, during their wedding held on 18 August 2018 in Accra, and the couple has a daughter.