Since breaking out in the industry last year with Amia Brave-assisted single “Peng Black Girls”, London-based rapper ENNY has been one to watch. Over the weekend, she’s released her debut EP “Under Twenty Five”, a 7-track collection of songs that trace the singer’s rise from the streets of London to the shores of Lagos. Standout track “Under 25” finds her mulling over her young adult years, as she tries to break free from the idea that we must be self-made by the time we’re in our late twenties.
“I feel like eff this 9-5/See that’s an understatement/Cause I’ve been chasing pavements/You win and then you lose some” she quips over the song’s melodic production arming listeners with the tools they also need to break free from societal standards. The raconteur continues to show her ability to build worlds in her music and represent the feelings of many millenials and Gen Z’s just like her.
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