Eno Barony Speaks Following Failure To Get Nomination At 24th VGMA

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Eno Barony has expressed her displeasure on social media after she failed to get a nomination in the 2023 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.

Charterhouse, the organizers of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards released the full list of nominees on Saturday, March 18, 2023.

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After she noticed that she could not get a single nomination, Eno took to her social media platforms to express her shock because, in her opinion, she had songs that deserved to be nominated in the year under review.

She listed the categories: Best HipHop Songs, Best Rap Performance, Best Collaboration, and Hiplife/Hiphop Artiste of the Year, as ones she should have been on.

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“I know you are also wondering why this song did not get any nominations. Hmmm #OnlyJah,” she captioned a snippet of the music video for ‘Don’t Judge Me’ which features DeeWills.

Eno Barony also argued that her 2022 track titled ‘The Finish Line’ which she featured Amerado was a work of art.

“#24thVGMA My songs: -DONT JUDGE ME ft @Deewillslive -THE FINISH LINE ft. @Amerado_Burner is one of the -Best HipHop songs -Best Rap Performance -Best collaboration And I am one of the best -Hiplife/Hiphop artist Of the year under review #ONLYJAH,” she tweeted.

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