The world has produced prolific female rap lyricists who have over the years fought spots with men who dominates the genre. However, the Ghanaian music circle has been lacking female rap talents until the sudden emergence of Eno, a potent female rapper, whose lyricism and goddess-like performance struck many mouths open in wordless supplications at the prestigious Ghana Meets Naija, 2017.
The plush event witnessed performances from key industry players such as: Shatta Wale, M.anifest God mc, Nigeria’s bad guy Falz, the sensational Davido, Tiwa Savage etc. with Eno being the opening act of the evening with a weird costume that left the public talking even after the event, setting the tone for many energetic performances that followed after she chanted her verses to her countless thousands of “Eno freaks” breathtakingly.
The rap queen, from the commencement of her career, defeated the opposite sex in rap battles, recorded hits with popular Ghanaian musical virtuosos like Stonebwoy, Yaa Pono, Shatta Wale, Kwaw Kese and eventually attracting further recognition in the West African Region by chalking a collaboration with the multiple award winning Togolese rapper Mic Flammez, who doubles as Togocel Brand Ambassador. She put up a dramatic scene which entails her rise from a casket depicting the rise of Yaa Asantewa the fearless Ghanaian pride.
Answering questions on why she has stopped releasing songs as frequent as she used to, Eno cited branding as a powerful arsenal that is sure to propel her career to unimaginable heights and so created a buffer so as to make time to polish her already appealing personality and to fine-tune her craft in order to cement her spot as the undisputed Queen of Rap across Africa.
Eno also urged her fans and chronic music enthusiasts to look forward to her upcoming project dubbed “Yaa Asantewaa”, which houses unearthly punchlines and strategic delivery. Doubled her controversial performance comes with her promo photos to kick start her new look and brand.
Eno’s Performance Skyrockets at Ghana Meets Naija