declared herself as a nonconformist to the current quo as soon as she entered the rap scene.

Eno Barony has worked hard over the years to break the curse in a scene that is heavily controlled and ruled by men, earning the praise of her male counterparts in the process.

, Ghana's most decorated rapper, couldn't help but praise Eno Barony's ability to spew harsh bars in a way you wouldn't expect from a female musician in a recent interview.

Sarkodie said on the Akwaaba Talk Show that Eno Barony has always been a co-equal when it comes to rapping.

“Eno Barony is a full-fledged rapper. I don't think of her as a female rapper; instead, I think of her as an MC. You can sense the feminine spirit when I mention female rapper… Rap needs to be heard, and Eno Barony is tough, so I don't think she qualifies as a female rapper. He described her as “just a rapper.”

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“She slams the bars down hard… Guys could have gotten away with a lot of what she says, but she still does it. When we write as rappers, we have a state of mind, and when I listen to her, that's what I see,” he continued.

In a recent interview with Kofi Okyere Darko (KOD), multiple award-winning rapper Okyeame Kwame labeled Eno Barony as Ghana's top rapper ahead of the dominant male names.

“Eno Barony is a phenomenal emcee. I don't believe there is a man rapping in Ghana who is better than Eno Barony, bar for bar. Okyeame Kwame stated, “She is as nice as it gets.”

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Eno Barony, born Ruth Eno Adjoa Amankwah Nyame Adom, has competed against numerous heavyweights, having been nominated in a variety of award categories and having a slew of hit songs and awards to her name.


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