Unlike some mainstream artistes all over the world whose music artistry started from the church, specifically in a choir, Enam has said hers started from a shrine named the Yeweh Shrine in the Volta Region of Ghana.
This is why her rhythms and musical persona which can be best described as Afro Spiritual represent her brand to the core.
“My kind of genre of music is influenced by the “Hadzivodushis” (music goddess) of the Yeweh Shrine.
“I always feel I am meant for greatness because of my unique abilities and doing music makes me feel at ease,” she recently when Graphic Showbiz interacted with her.
Shifting the focus to her debut Extended Play (EP), Enam said “Wuieve” which was the title of the EP meant number twelve (12) in the Ewe language as she believes her birthmark of twelve toes was a reminder that she was destined for something great in the music industry.
“This is not just an extended play. These are the messages of my musical spirits, true feelings on beats.” “Wuieve” let the story begin and let the chants flow,” she added.
Meanwhile, the first single “Alomo” from the “Wuieve” EP featuring Akwaboah is available across various streams platforms.