Rapper Eno Barony and the son of Archbishop Nicolas Duncan-Williams, Daniel Duncan-Williams also known as Dee Wills, are set to take over the airwaves and streaming platforms with their new song, ‘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 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, headquartered in Accra, Ghana.

The title of the song, Don’t Judge Me, makes it obvious the duo will kick back against critics who judge them for taking on the secular stands irrespective of their religious background.

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by RAP GODDESS✨ (@eno_barony)

Ghanaians have since taken to social media to register their assertions concerning the song which is set to be dropped next week.

Information reaching Adomonline.com indicates the visual for the song is already in line and set to drop on the same day the official audio will be released.

Check out some of the comments on social media below:

Eno Barony teams up with Duncan-Williams’ son for new song
Eno Barony teams up with Duncan-Williams’ son for new song
Eno Barony teams up with Duncan-Williams’ son for new song
Eno Barony teams up with Duncan-Williams’ son for new song

DISCLAIMER: The Views, Comments, Opinions, Contributions and Statements made by Readers and Contributors on this platform do not necessarily represent the views or policy of Multimedia Group Limited.


DISCLAIMER: The Views, Comments, Opinions, Contributions and Statements made by Readers and Contributors on this platform do not necessarily represent the views or policy of Multimedia Group Limited.