But the Pull me Out rapper, seems to have found something worthy to talk about on love on her latest song, Love and Pain, released last Thursday, featuring young highlife artiste, Kesse.
Like a dejected partner finding solace in the memory of the happy times she has shared with her partner, Eno recounts how her blissful moments with her “Baby” had termed sour because her man has found “higher bearings”.
Recorded by Genius Selections, Love and Pain could be termed as a “revelation” song, as it reveals the versatility and command of her art by singing, one that she is not known for, and rapping on the song as well.
Eno demonstrates a remarkable ability to switch languages effortlessly, and as a result, is able to sing and rap fluently in a mixture of English, Pidgin and Twi
He was discovered on music reality show, Mentor, and since then, young Kesse has grown over the years and won the admiration of many, particularly for his vocal prowess and that quality wasn’t missing on Love and Pain.
Perhaps, Eno’s rap wasn’t necessary as it hindered the listener’s freedom to enjoy great vocals from the duo.
Born Ruth Nana Serwaa Nyame, Eno had her secondary education at the Methodist Secondary School in Tema. She is currently reading Marketing at Kumasi Polytechnic.
She is known for songs like My Love, which featured Afriyie formerly of Wutah, I’m Out, Pull Me Out, Tonga (Cover), What’s My Name, Chain of Love and Commot for There.