Rising South East London-based rapper ENNY is a soulful, truth-talking lyricist of Nigerian heritage. Driven by her mother’s gospel recordings, her father’s jazz records, and her brothers playing hip-hop, garage, and indie music around the home, it’s obvious how these influences, together with Enny’s conscientious, flawless songwriting abilities, helped develop her rich style.
Since releasing her breakthrough single “Peng Black Girls” in 2020, the South East Londoner has gone on to release a global charting Colors set, a Jorja Smith remix, a thought-provoking, fiery GRM Daily Duppy, and has been anticipated to be a musical success in 2022 via publications like The Guardian, BBC 1Xtra, Apple Music, No Signal Radio, MTV, and more.
Enny’s EP, “Under Twenty-Five,” expresses feeling as a personal pillar of growth for her but was inspired by a “day in the life” reflection on the difficulties faced by black women. Enny is on a path to becoming one of the key figures in our golden generation of UK rap thanks to her first EP, which speaks volumes and connects with both her old and new listeners via true experiences.
Enny’s rise to fame has only just begun thanks to her distinctive blend of flawless, amusing lyrics and contemporary flow-over rhythms. Although Enny’s smooth yet incisive delivery is pervasive her penmanship stands out among the others.