Rebecca Akosua Acheampomaa Acheampong popularly known as Becca was born on August 15, 1984 in Kumasi, Ghana. Becca began her journey to stardom at a young age where she performed at talent shows. She has now grown to become one of Ghana’s biggest sensations. Becca was discovered in 2007 by EKB records after she returned to Ghana from her studies abroad. Her first album ‘Sugar’ was released in 2007 the same year she was discovered.

In 2011, she won the 4Syte TV Music Video Awards for Best Female Video and Overall Best Video.

Her second album ‘Time for me’ was released in 2011 and featured a lot of African artistes like 2face, M.I, King Ayisoba & Trigmatic, Jay and Storm Akwaboah.

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Photo: Instagram/BeccAfrica
Photo: Instagram/BeccAfrica

In 2014, Becca released a single ‘Move’ featuring vocals from popular South African group Uhuru. Due to the quality of her work, she has been nominated for and won several awards. In 2008, her song ‘Sugar’ won the Ghana Music Award for record of the year. In 2010, her single ‘Herself’ won the Kora awards for the Best African Prospect Award. Same year, she went home with two other awards from the Ghana Music Awards for Record of the year and Best Female Vocal Performance.

In addition to being a multi talented singer and actress, Becca is also involved in humanitarian work. She has an NGO that funds children living with HIV/AIDS in Ghana.

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In 2011, she won the 4Syte TV Music Video Awards for Best Female Video and Overall Best Video. She won the music award at the National Youth Achievement Award in 2012 and the Ghana Music for best video of the year. In 2013, her song ‘No Away’ featuring M.I bagged the award for Best Female Video at the 4Syte TV Music Video Awards.

Photo: Instagram/BeccAfrica
Photo: Instagram/BeccAfrica

In addition to being a multi talented singer and actress, Becca is also involved in humanitarian work. She has an NGO that funds children living with HIV/AIDS in Ghana.