Good handlers will change my fortunes – iOna Reine

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Singer, iOna Reine is optimistic that having a good management team will change the fortunes of her career, which is yet to take full flight.

She explained that since she released her debut in 2019, she has been struggling to establish a solid foothold in the music industry because she doesn’t have handlers to professionally guide and invest in her.

Speaking with Graphic Showbiz, iOna, real name Mercy Onuawonto Sam, said she hadn’t fully explored her potential due to this major setback.

“I have been around and I am very hopeful things will turn out for the best. So as far as I can see God is good, iOna is a holy ghost-filled daughter of Zion and she is about to reveal to the world her true calling.

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“I pray God provides a favourable management arrangement for me in due time. That is all I pray for,” she said.

iOna, who is a professional midwife, quickly caught public attention when she first hit the limelight, thanks to her striking resemblance to the late Ebony Reign.

Though she expected that to be a huge blessing, it rather turned out negatively for her brand’s image, when people started labelling her a copycat.

According to her detractors, she entered the music industry to capitalize on the success of Ebony, one of the most well-liked Ghanaian performers at the time.

She appealed on her critics to accept her for who she is, telling Graphic Showbiz that perception was an unjust assessment of her skills.

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iOna, a certified professional midwife, claims she has always had a passion for music and wants to inspire others to make music their career.

She is credited with songs like “Could this be love,” “Obra,” “Soy la Reine,” and an EP with the same name that had music from six different genres.

The nominee for the Ghana Music Awards USA hopes to push boundaries with her music as she spreads joy around the globe.

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