Award-winning Ghanaian rapper, Ruth Eno Adjoa Amakwah Nyame Adom, affectionately known as Eno Barony has poured out her frustration about the struggles of female rappers in Ghana.
In an interview on Okay FM’s Ekwasodwodwo segment with the ace broadcaster, Gilbert Abeiku Aggrey Santana, the one-time best rapper of the year at the VGMAs stated that it has not been easy for female rap artistes to make it to the top in Ghana.
She stated that most parents would restrict their daughter from pursuing a career in the hip-hop community because of the perception nurtured about the nature of the job.
However, with the help of a few female rappers like herself and some of her colleagues, she has been able to disprove those assertions and carved the path for other women who wish to venture into rap.
Eno also registered her frustration about the fact that female entertainers do not get investors to invest their resources in them because it is always presumed that they cannot be able to sail through successfully like their male counterparts.
The sensational rapper released a video for her smashing collaboration with talented rapper, Amerado titled THE FINISH LINE. You can watch it here