Eno Barony is the godmother of Ghana rap music – Freda Rhymz

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Ghanaian female rapper, Freda Rhymz has revealed that her fellow female rapper Eno Barony can be considered as the godmother of Ghana rap music.

Being a female rapper in the music industry is something many women shy away from but over the past years, Eno Barony has changed that narrative with her sick bars.

Many will attest to the fact that only a few of the male rappers can stand up to her. She’s got bars and punches.

It’s evident Eno Barony can lyrically battle the men and believes that, what a man can do, a woman can do better, hence her ‘FEAR NO MAN’ song which she released to counter her male counterparts will go a long way to inspire upcoming female rappers to take a bold step to face the men.

Listen to her ‘Fear No Man’ song below:

In an interview with Arnold of Vibes in 5, the 2016 MTN Hitmaker winner noted that Eno Barony is really doing well with what she’s doing.

Watch the interview below:

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