Rebecca Akosua Acheampomaa Acheampong, born August 15, 1984, popularly known as Becca, is a talented Ghanaian singer, songwriter, and actress. She released her second studio album Time 4 Me on 16 May 2013, which features guest appearance from 2face Idibia, M.I, King Ayisoba, Trigmatic, Jay Storm and Akwaboah.
Early Life and Education
Becca was born on August 15, 1984, in Kumasi, Ghana. She developed a passion for music at a young age and participated in various singing competitions and talent shows during her school years.
Becca’s talent and dedication were evident from the start, and she dreamt of making a career out of her passion for music.
After completing her secondary education, Becca pursued a Bachelor’s degree in Child Psychology at the Croydon College in London, United Kingdom.
Her educational background not only provided her with a solid academic foundation but also gave her a broader perspective on the world and helped shape her musical style and lyrical content.
Becca’s music career took off when she participated in the second season of the TV3 singing competition “Stars of the Future” in 2007.
Her powerful vocals, stage presence, and ability to connect with the audience propelled her to the finals, where she emerged as the second runner-up.
This exposure opened doors for Becca and paved the way for her future success in the music industry.
In 2007, Becca released her debut album titled “Sugar.” The album received critical acclaim and introduced her to a wider audience.
Her unique blend of highlife, R&B, and Afrobeat elements resonated with listeners, establishing her as a versatile artist with mass appeal.
Throughout her career, Becca has released several hit songs, including “African Woman,” “Daa Ke Daa,” and “Hw3.” She has collaborated with both local and international artists, showcasing her ability to adapt to different musical styles and genres.
Becca’s contributions to the music industry have earned her numerous accolades and nominations, solidifying her status as one of Ghana’s most successful and influential artists.
Becca is one of richest musician in Ghana with an estimated net worth of $5 million.
Her successful music career, brand endorsements, and entrepreneurial ventures have undoubtedly contributed to her financial success.
Over the years, Becca has been recognized and honored for her exceptional talent and contributions to the music industry.
She has received several awards and nominations, including the Ghana Music Awards, Africa Music Awards, and All Africa Music Awards.
These accolades are a testament to Becca’s dedication to her craft and her ability to consistently deliver outstanding music.
Becca is married to Nigerian entrepreneur and artist manager Oluwatobi Sanni Daniel. the couple’s wedding was held on 18 August 2018 in Accra. She has one child; a baby girl.
Becca is known for her philanthropic endeavors and has been involved in various charitable initiatives, using her platform to make a positive impact in society.
Frequently Ask Questions
1. Is Becca still active in the music industry?
Yes, Becca is still actively pursuing her music career and continues to release new music.
2. Has Becca ventured into acting?
Yes, in addition to her music career, Becca has explored acting and has appeared in a few Ghanaian films.
signature musical style?**
Becca’s musical style encompasses a fusion of highlife, R&B, and Afrobeat, allowing her to appeal to a broad audience.
3. Has Becca collaborated with international artists?
Yes, Becca has collaborated with international artists such as 2Baba (formerly 2face Idibia), MI Abaga, and Patoranking.
4. Is Becca involved in any philanthropic activities?
Yes, Becca is known for her philanthropic endeavors and actively participates in charitable initiatives to give back to the community.