The Ghanaian music field has seen male dominance in all aspects in spite of the forceful efforts made by some female artistes to reach a level appreciable by the majority Ghanaian music lovers.
The seemingly tough and slippery genre that is known as a no go area for ladies has been the rap turf; however, Ruth Nana Serwaa Nyame popular known as Eno in showbiz believes she can thrive.
After being auditioned for TV3ï¿½s music reality show, Gang Starz and placing fourth at the first edition of K FM's Freestyle Saturday Show, Eno has demonstrated her readiness to beat her male contemporaries in the rap game. From ï¿½Whatï¿½s my name?ï¿½, ï¿½Pull Me Outï¿½, ï¿½My loveï¿½, the newest is ï¿½GH female cypherï¿½ produced by MixMasta Garzy. The song features Abena, Esbee, Porsche, Eyirap, Xcot, Mila, Scrach and Eno.
In an interview on Adom FMï¿½s Kasahare Levels, Eno said rap has an attitude and that makes her spit venom as she delivers strong punch lines. She pointed out that she doesnï¿½t depict the same attitude to her boyfriend because the two situations are totally different.
ï¿½I donï¿½t have a vagina when it comes to rap; I have balls. That is why I compete with the guys. However, my attitude on a track is different from when Iï¿½m with him. Iï¿½m romantic when Iï¿½m with my guy,ï¿½ she said.
Eno had her secondary education at Methodist Day School and read marketing at Kumasi Polytechnic. She has been a longtime lover of American rapper Missy Elliotï¿½s music and cherishes how she dispenses energy in her rap songs.
Source: XYZ News
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