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Eno Barony, Duncan Williams’ son drop music video for surprise collabo ‘Don’t Judge Me’



Ghanaian rap act Eno Barony and Daniel Duncan-Williams, also known as Dee Wills, have released an official music video for their surprise collaboration titled ‘Don’t Judge Me’.

They first announced the release of the song on Saturday, 12 November 2022.

In an Instagram (IG) post, Eno Barony teased: “Are you ready? #DontJudgeMe ft @deewillslive. Coming out soon.”

Dee Wills on his IG timeline wrote: “Got a surprise for y’all [you all] coming soon… @eno_barony [heart and prayer hand emojis].”

Attached to the captions above was a cover art, “designed by @amiskygraphics,”displaying portrait-size images of both music acts.

The picture also indicated that the Music Mindx Music Group song is the production work of Hype Lyrix, Eno’s serial music producer.

Fans of the rapper and social media users acquainted with Dee Wills reacted saying they find the title befitting and expressed belief that it alludes to both artistes being stereotyped children of pastors.

Others cited Dee Wills’ mental meltdown in 2020 during which he made some disparaging comments against his father and went naked on camera.

Daniel Duncan-Williams is the son of Archbishop Nicolas Duncan-Williams, founder of Action Chapel International.

Ruth Eno Adjoa Amankwah Nyame Adom, alias Eno Barony is the daughter of a spiritual leader known as Reverend Abraham Nyame Adom.

“They say I’m stolen by the devil. The Church thinks I’m evil but when they see me pray and sing the Gospel, they plead to God to bring me back to His people,” Eno notes with her distinct cadence on the song.

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Dee Wills makes a surprise appearance on the climax of the piece singing, “When I pray, He answer[s]. He [is] my God and my provider. Don’t judge me.”

The official music video for ‘Don’t Judge Me’, released today Wednesday, 16 November 2022, spans 3 minutes and 46 seconds and was directed by Takyi Natives.