Eno Barony believes she Deserved a Nomination, Best Rap or Hip pop artist Category in the VGMA’s. Speaking with Naa Ashorkor is explains why and how a lot of fans share their opinions on twitter.
Ruth Eno Adjoa Amankwah Nyame Adom, a celebrated Ghanaian rapper better known by her stage name Eno Barony, has voiced disappointment in the VGMA board for failing to recognize female rappers in Ghana.
The performer expressed astonishment at missing out on the best rapper and hip-hop artiste of the year awards, speculating that her song “Don’t judge me” may have contributed to her failure to receive the acclaim she merits.
Awards don’t define me; Eno will always be Eno. It hurts because I worked hard and should have received recognition, but overall, we should all work harder.
Naa Ashorkor Mensah-Doku is a household name in Ghana’s entertainment industry. She is not only an award-winning actress but also a talented radio presenter. Her showbiz acumen was recently put to the test when she had the opportunity to interview one of Ghana’s most talented female rappers, Eno Barony, on Asaase Radio.
Eno Barony has been making waves in the Ghanaian music industry for years. Known for her unique style that fuses hip-hop and Afrobeats, she has won several awards and has become a force to be reckoned with in the male-dominated industry. Her recent appearance on Asaase Radio was an opportunity to get up close and personal with her fans, and Naa Ashorkor was the perfect host for the interview.
The interview started with a discussion of Eno Barony’s journey in the music industry. She shared her experiences, the challenges she faced, and how she overcame them. Naa Ashorkor was keen to learn about Eno Barony’s creative process and how she comes up with her lyrics. Eno Barony revealed that she draws inspiration from her personal experiences and the stories of people around her.
The conversation then shifted to the topic of women in the music industry. Eno Barony expressed her belief that there is still a long way to go in terms of gender equality in the industry. She talked about the challenges women face, including being judged based on their appearance rather than their talent. Naa Ashorkor, who is also a strong advocate for gender equality, chimed in, saying that she hopes more women will be given the opportunity to showcase their talents and break barriers in the industry.
In conclusion, the interview between Naa Ashorkor Mensah-Doku and Eno Barony on Asaase Radio was a testament to the talent and strength of women in the entertainment industry. It was an opportunity for Eno Barony to share her journey, experiences, and opinions on the industry, and for Naa Ashorkor to showcase her excellent hosting skills. The interview was not only entertaining but also insightful, and it’s moments like these that highlight the importance of giving women in the industry a platform to share their stories and inspire others.