In a recent interview with TV host Berla Mundi on The Day Show, Ghanaian rapper Eno Barony opened up about the challenges she faces as a female artist in the music industry.
Known for her fierce and unapologetic style, the ‘Fear No Man’ rapper revealed that she has become a target for both female and male rappers, who often throw shots at her or call her out for battles.
However, she remains undeterred as she channels her energy into her music, focusing on her own growth and artistic expression.
Eno Barony revealed that her unique situation sets her apart from other female rappers around the world.
While artists like Nicki Minaj have established themselves by collaborating with male counterparts, Eno Barony walks her own path, refusing to imitate anyone else.
This individuality has sparked reactions from her peers, especially when new female artists enter the industry.
“When the girls first come into the industry, they want to throw shots at me,” Eno Barony revealed during the interview.
On the other hand, male rappers also call her out, urging her to engage in battles as a means of testing their own skills.
“When a guy is also rapping and I’m in my corner they’ll say Eno battle this guy,” she added.
Despite the beefs and challenges she faces, Eno Barony manages to keep her head held high.
Drawing inspiration from a powerful analogy Eno stated, “If a fruit on a tree is not nice, nobody would throw stones at it.”