Eno Barony has shared a post she made barley 6 years ago about her intent of stopping music.
The rapper who won the 2020 Best Female Rap Act of AFRIMA(All African Music Awards) but for the timely intervention of Okyeame Quofi and his wife Stacey, she would have given up on music because things were hard as hell.
Looking back at those times and how things have taken a good turn now, she’s appreciating all those who held her down during the hard times.
Below is how her post captured it on Instagram;
“MUST READ; Exactly 6 years ago today i wrote this on Facebook. i gave up everything, i was hungry i was sad i was heart broken i taught it was the end for me i was done . Then i had a call from @quophiokyeame and @stacyamoatenggh and they told me why are u crying cant u see that uve almost uncovered the treasure from that hole you are digging why do you want to stop you are almost there dont give UP cry all u can tonyt but be strong by morning. @abrewa99 called she laughed she said you dont know how big you are ,industry people called me this morning to ask about you they see you but you dont see it its a journey so move on i was motivated but I still asked my self how do i move on no money no management no fanbase all i had was the talent I went ahead played shows with no pay i sumtimes use needle and thread to create sumthing new out of old dresses so i can appear good and after all this people will laugh at me for my dressing i still moved on to get interviews which i cldnt even afford lorry fares for and after a hell of struggle to get there all they ask me for is freestyle wthout even promoting my tracks. I hide to sit in trotro to go for shows and when people try to video me i cry . Depended on my my mum and she died after two months I stopped writing my grieve was too much I still put my self together and moved till one day that i realised that everything changed . I can afford the things i never had wow i thank God but I think u can also push forward for sumfn bigger you may be delayed but you will never be denied my journey still goes on watchout for the next level”