Any rapper paying little heed to sex can obviously bear witness to the real fact that, Eno Barony can stand any rapper alive.
Take a break, unwind and check out American female rappers DaBrat, Lil Kim, Missy Elliot and even other incredible male rappers, and you can obviously assume that Eno Barony is on these directions and has even achieved one of her accomplishments as the Best Female Rap Act In Africa, at this year’s African Muzik Magazine Awards and Music Festival (AFRIMMA).
The Ghanaian rapper has been in the music space for quite a while, and has consistently raised the ‘bar’ so high for rappers in Ghana with her phenomenal rap lines.
Disregarding her sexual orientation, Eno has musically ‘battled’ with male rap ‘gods’ in Ghana and on the African continent, and has even beaten them to their own titles as a rap champion.
The most recent honor (Best Female Rap Act) at AFRIMMA unmistakably portrays her adroitness in the game. She is apparently one of the best and most prominent rappers in Africa whose breath control, delivery, manners of expression, verses and stories are essentially eminent.
That is the reason she won this award hands down even in the same nomination with other top African female acts like:
Nakai (South Africa), Moonya (Senegal), Rosa Ree (Tanzania), Bombshell Grenade (Zambia), Muthoni Drummer Queen (Kenya), Askia (Cameroon), Candy Bleakz (Nigeria), Keko (Uganda) and Rouge from South Africa.
The King of Queens, as she is popularly known, doesn’t just glance at her female rap counterparts, but also fights with male superstars. This justifies why she was named as the best rap female act in Africa.
The Rap Goddess whose real name is Ruth Eno Adjoa Amankwah Nyame Adom, released her introduction single, “Wats Ma Name” and besides “Tonga”, the remix of the track “Tonga” by Joey B ft Sarkodie in 2014.
The rapper has reliably been named by several music pundits to be one of Africa’s best rappers and can even oust the top acts in the world if she keeps working hard.
Meanwhile, beneath is a list of the winners at AFRIMMA:
BEST MALE WEST AFRICA – Rema (Nigeria)
BEST FEMALE WEST AFRICA – Simi (Nigeria)
BEST MALE EAST AFRICA – Diamond Platnumz (Tanzania)
BEST FEMALE EAST AFRICA – Nandy (Tanzania)
BEST MALE CENTRAL AFRICA – Fally Ipupa (DRC)
BEST FEMALE CENTRAL AFRICA – Soraia Ramos (Cape Verde)
BEST MALE SOUTHERN AFRICA – Master KG (South Africa)
BEST FEMALE SOUTHERN AFRICA – Sho Madjozi (South Africa)
BEST AFRICAN GROUP – Umu Ibiligbo (Nigeria)
CROSSING BOUNDARIES WITH MUSIC AWARD – Burna Boy (Nigeria)
BEST NEW ACT– Zuchu (Tanzania)
ARTIST OF THE YEAR – Master KG (South Africa)
BEST GOSPEL ARTIST – Mercy Chinwo (Nigeria)
BEST LIVE ACT – Flavour (Nigeria)
BEST MALE RAP ACT – Nasty C (South Africa)
BEST FEMALE RAP ACT – Eno Barony (Ghana)
BEST COLLABORATION – Master KG ft Nomcebo Zikode & Burna Boy Jerusalema Remix
SONG OF THE YEAR – Master KG ft Nomcebo Zikode – Jerusalema
BEST VIDEO DIRECTOR – TG Omori (Nigeria)
BEST DJ AFRICA – Cuppy (Nigeria)
BEST AFRICAN DJ USA – Fully Focus (Kenya)
VIDEO OF THE YEAR – Gaz Mawete ft Fally Ipupa – C’est Rate
PRODUCER OF THE YEAR – Kabza De Small (South Africa)
BEST AFRICAN DANCER – Poco Lee (Nigeria)
BEST LUSOPHONE – Calema (Cape Verde)
BEST FRANCOPHONE – Fally Ipupa (DRC)
BEST RADIO/TV PERSONALITY – James Onen (Uganda)
AFRIMMA Excellence Award
Mr. John Olajide
AFRIMMA 2020 Leadership Award