Eno Barony collaborates with Duncan-Williams’ son for a new song
Rapper Eno Barony and Daniel Duncan-Williams, popularly known as Dee Wills, the son of Archbishop Nicolas Duncan-Williams, are poised to take over the airwaves and streaming platforms with their new song, “Don’t Judge Me”.
The intriguing factor contributing to the enthusiasm surrounding this duet is the fact that both musicians were raised in typical Christian homes with pastor fathers.
Eno Barony was born Ruth Eno Adjoa Amankwah Nyame Adom at Tema, to father, Reverend Abraham Nyame Adom and mother, Mrs Rebecca Nyame Adom while Dee Wills’ father, Nicholas Duncan-Williams, is the presiding archbishop and general overseer of the Action Chapel International Ministry in Accra, Ghana.
The title of the song, ‘Don’t Judge Me’, makes it clear that the duo will respond fiercely to anyone who opposes them for adopting a secular stance, regardless of their religious background.
Ghanaians have since taken to social media to register their anticipation concerning the song which is set to be dropped next week.
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