Rapper Eno Barony has opened up on her journey into the music industry and how much she has grown to be who she is.
She told the BBC in an interview that she initially dealt with some insecurities because many people questioned her weight following her break into the music industry.
Eno Barony said it was deemed as if her weight had an influence on the music she makes.
The rapper said that throughout her journey criticisms about her weight affected her but years later she grew to be confident despite those comments.
“When I accepted myself for who I am, I did a song called ‘Heavy Load’,” Eno Barony said. She noted the track opened her eyes to fans of hers who looked up to her and appreciated her.
Eno Barony urged the general public against doubting women especially when they venture into male-dominated areas to make their mark.
“If I’m the mother of rap, Mzbel is like the grandmother.”@Eno_Barony is one of Ghana’s top rappers from the hiplife genre.
She shares what inspires her to push forward in a male-dominated industry.
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Also speaking to BBC, rapper M.anifest called the presence of an artiste like Eno Barony in the industry as a ‘glass ceiling moment’.
He stated that he is impressed with Eno Barony and her style adding “I remember the first time I was on the radio station with her when I saw her, she out rapped me, I was like ‘oh my Goodness who is this one?’.”
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