‘Ghana Music Industry Is Not Being Fair To Female Rappers’ – Eno Barony Worries


Rapper, Ruth Eno Adjoa Amankwah Nyame Adom popularly known as, Eno barony has said that female rappers in Ghana are rarely recognized in the music industry.

The rapper who was speaking in an interview with DJ Premier on Entertainment Capital on Accra 100.5FM on Saturday, 16 March 2019 stated that: “The industry [Ghana music industry] is not being fair to female rappers.”

According to the Tema based rapper, “Singers, in general, have more opportunity than rappers”, but “You guys, (DJs) can sit here and play melodies throughout, not even thinking of playing hip-hop”.

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“A female doing rap, someone might be a good rapper but because they don’t get the kind of attention they want, they intend to switch to singing”, she complained.

Eno Barony explained that her case is different because she is “a singer, songwriter and a rapper”, hence, her fans have a variety to choose from.

“Some people enjoy my singing and my rap and others enjoy my hardcore side, I can’t please all of them but I try to entertain them all.

“So, I won’t say others are switching to singing, so, I will do same. No. That alone will make me a quitter. I need to set that pace so that the young ones can follow but if I stop, the young ones will be discouraged”, she stated.


Source: Ameyawdebrah
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