The 15-tracked album titled “Yaa Asantewaa” by the female Ghanaian Rapper, Eno Barony would be her debut release. The album features Becca, Patoranking, Phyno, Mic Flamez, Yaa Pono, Kwaw Kese, Sista Afia and others. This was disclosed at a press engagement in Accra on Monday, October 30th at Accra Mall where 2MG Music officially outdoors Eno Barony as their signed emcee.
Eno makes it the first female artiste signed to 2MG Music, owned and run by multiple award-winning Producer, Mix Master Garzy.
Producer Mix Masta Garzy also hinted that they’re working with Sarkodie on a joint which is also expected to appear on the album, hopefully. “We will ensure that she gets the best of Productions, the best music videos and endorsements to grow her brand under 2MG Music. After from the album release, we are also looking at merchandising, activations and some follow up gigs to promote the album.”
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The occasion which also marked Eno Barony’s birthday saw her premiere 2 exclusives videos shot for the upcoming album “Yaa Asantewaa”, unveiling of album official artworks and cutting of a birthday cake.
Industry colleagues Stay Jay, DJ Mensah, Flowking Stone, D Cryme, George Britton were some of the Showbiz known faces who graced the occasion as well as some renowned Ghanaian Bloggers & Zylofon TV.
“As a rapper, I always see my microphone as a weapon, a weapon to influence society. I’m like a female warrior on the music scene. Just like Yaa Asantewaa of Ghanaian ancient history used a gun as her weapon, so is the microphone to me and I see myself as the dopest emcee amongst the rest. In a male-dominated scene like Ghana, the music industry needs strong and consistent female emcees like me to change the market. I strongly believe this is the time. I’m happy about my new Management, 2MG Music.”
(Story: Elorm Beenie) and photos by One Click, SwagOfAfrica, Afrimedia Pro and more.
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Female Rapper Eno Barony Unveils Debut Album ‘Yaa Asantewaa’