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Five Male Rappers Eno Barony Raps Better Than

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Ceteris paribus, the rap game is a tough, male-dominated terrain and perhaps not the place for ladies but everywhere, including Ghana, female rappers have also been standing up with their own hooks and catching attention with their flow.

Now, a good deal of rap talent is being exhibited on the scene here at the moment and the name that easily pops up is nobody but Ruth Nana Serwaa Nyame affectionately called Eno Barony. Setting the record straight, Eno Barony has been underrated for too long but from all indications, this is her time!

After listening to her debut album christened, ‘Yaa Asantewaa‘, one could see that Eno Barony is far better in lyrical content and delivery than most of the male rappers who’ve been making ‘noise’ in Ghana music industry. A song titled ‘Fear No Man‘ on Yaa Asantewaa album says it all as it portrays the rapping dexterity of the rap lioness in Ghana. Fast forward to the agenda, below happens to be five selected male rappers Eno Barony raps better than all other things being equal.

Paedae

Humans are fallible by nature but it becomes unpardonable when mistakes are repeated on countless number of times. Paedae, member of R2Bees music group, happens to be one artiste who keeps rapping off beat.

Thus, his choice of lyrics are far remote comparably to the subject matter under consideration whenever you listen to his songs. The use of unnecessary and unfamiliar words that mostly the people in the western part would relate. His verse on ‘plantain chips’, ‘Last Supper Freestyle’, others, proves that Eno Barony is better forgetting all the hype.

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Derrick Asare is an Editor for Xbitgh. He love Music, going to the movies, making friends, web designer, computer science major.

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Nana Appiah Mensah calls Stonebwoy ‘lost sheep’ after quashing label confusion

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Nana Appiah Mensah calls Stonebwoy ‘lost sheep’

C.E.O of Zylofon Media, Nana Appiah Mensah has described Reggae/Dancehall musician Stonebwoy as a ‘lost sheep’. He made the statement Friday, May 18, after quashing a confusion that recently erupted at Zylofon Music imprint.

Stonebwoy broke the news about the end of the confusion via social media yesterday and asked his fans to throw their weights behind the record label.

He shared a photo with NAM 1 with the caption: “At The End Of The Day Peace Will Prevail,Progress Shall Reign And All Things Shall Work Together For Good.. I’ll Borrow Words From This Noble Man @mn_appiah With Whom This Revolution started.. #GhanaShallProsper.

I’ll entreat All The Fans Worldwide Who Have Been In support All These while To Ignore All Forms Of Negative Sentiments And Continue To Show Love And immense Support To This Great Vision!!#BHIMNATION #ZYLOFONMUSIC“.

Nana Appiah Mensah, responding to this, compared the situation to the ‘Parable of the Lost Sheep’ in the Bible, indirectly referring to Stonebwoy as the ‘lost sheep’. He took to Twitter to say: “”…And who amongst us, blessed with 1000 sheep, when one goes missing…” refer; the parable of the good shepherd. JESUS CHRIST is the goodshepherd #ChristinyouthehopeofGlory.”

“…And who amongst us, blessed with 1000 sheep, when one goes missing…” refer; the parable of the good shepherd. JESUS CHRIST is the good shepherd #ChristinyouthehopeofGlory”.

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Ghanafuo.com

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