Rap meets Dancehall as female rapper, Eno teams up with colleague female Dancehall artiste, Ebony, to brew a brand new Hip-Hop piece, Obiaa Ba Nyɛ.
Obiaa Ba Nyɛ released a week ago and produced by Mix Masta Garzy, questions why people love to judge other people’s children when they have worst ones in their homes.
Again, the song urges those who believe the duo are bad girls to have a rethink since everyone is entitled to their opinions.
The “bad girls” sent a strong message to their critics in the outro of the song, “monkey no fine, e mommy like am”.
In an interview with Showbiz, Eno said, “I love the song very much, it touched me to do this because it is interesting how Ebony and I are seen as bad girls. But the thing is that, we do not really care what they say about us.
“ This is because every child has a trait that is not acceptable so people should just leave us alone to live our lives,” she stated.
The Maka rapper said she featured Ebony on her new track because they have some things in common.
“Ebony is a good artiste and I respect her work. She has been consistent within this short time and I admire her for the strength to fight on despite the hurdles,” she added.
On her part, Ebony was all praise for Eno for choosing her among the lot.
“I’m grateful she chose me to do this. Eno is good at what she does so there was no need delaying this collaboration. It was fun working with her and I learnt a lot from her as a senior colleague,” the Kupe artiste said.
Obiaa Ba Nyɛ is 3 minutes 15 seconds long and a product of 2MG Music, Ruff Town Records and Midas Tourch INC.