Last Updated on September 1, 2020 by MyGh.Online
Eno Barony has fired hot shots in a new song, and many are convinced it is targeted at the organisers of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs), Charterhouse, for not crowning her the best rapper of the year.
The revered female rapper was tipped to win this year’s VGMA best rapper of the year award, but that didn’t come to fruition.
The tight category, which had rap giants like Sarkodie, Strongman, Medikal, E.L, Teephlow and Eno Barony, was won by Kwesi Arthur—with many music followers tagging it as a rip-off.
On Monday, Eno released the new song titled ‘Game Of Thrones’, which was released together with a video. It was produced by Hype Lyrix under the Magic Mindx Music Group label.
“Whether you award me or not, I am still standing tall…We are fighting for the throne but you already know who the king is…No disrespect to no rapper but the king of rap in Ghana now is a female,” she rapped on the song.
She also made references to how people are still talking about her four minutes performance at the VGMAs, as well as how she is making women proud with her rap talent.
Eno Barony also threw some punches at the best rapper, which some showbiz observers believe will soon warrant a reply.
The song has been discussed on various platforms on Monday following its release. Both Eno Barony and Kwesi Arthur were also in the trends on Twitter on Monday.
“@eno_barony put me for top make we do remix er, your mind dey,” rapper Medikal tweeted, when he also joined the trend by sharing an artwork for Eno’s song titled ‘Force Dem To Play Nonsense’ which featured Strongman and Sister Derby.
—By Francis Addo