Coming off the fast selling nature of true life experiences, Eno Barony has opted for the son of Archbishop Nicolas Duncan-Williams, Daniel Duncan-Williams aka Dee Wills for her newest jam; ‘Don’t Judge Me.
The interesting element projecting the buzz of this collaboration stems from the fact that both musicians grew up in typical Christian homes with their fathers being pastors.
Eno Barony born Ruth Eno Adjoa Amankwah Nyame Adom at Tema, to father, Reverend Abraham Nyame Adom and mother, Mrs Rebecca Nyame Adom — while Dee Wills’s father, Nicholas Duncan-Williams, is the presiding archbishop and general overseer of the Action Chapel International ministry.
Eno Barony on November 16 released the music video for her 2022 single ‘Don’t Judge Me’ featuring Dee Wills.
Social media users on Wednesday widely published the new tune which tackles society and how some individuals wrongly judge others based on their outward appearance and ability not to conform to what is termed as the norms.
As expected, Eno dropped some bars on the song which has garnered over 67,000 views on YouTube in less than 24 hours.
The award-winning rapper channelled her energy into calling for change with a special message from Duncan Williams’s son who gave a few seconds of delivery on the chorus.
Dee Wills who is a singer has received recommendations and praises for his exceptional delivery on ‘Don’t Judge Me’.
Watch the video below: