Feli Nuna on Radio Univers 105.7 FM with Zionfelix
Ghana has birthed numerable talented female rappers since creation but Felicia Nuna Akosua Tawiah popularly known as Feli Nuna has named herself as the best among all of them.
The songstress in a chat with Zionfelix on Radio Univers Monday morning disclosed that she is a very good rapper but her followers are not aware of that because of her numorous afrobeat songs. She stressed that “I’m the best ever to come from Gh because my bars, style, and everything are on point”.
Miss Nuna believes the Ghanaian music industry has not experienced many female rappers so that makes her stand tall among the few like Eno, Abrewa Nana, Tiffany, Freda Rhymes who recently won MTN Hitmaker and others.
“Did you say Tiffany raps? She hasn’t released any song in a while so you can’t bring her into this comparison. There are few female rappers in Ghana but among them I believe I’m the best.
As I said, I’m the best female rapper to ever come from Gh” she told Zionfelix on the mid-morning show, Brunch2Lunch.
Commenting on the rap prowess of her competitor, Eno, Daavi Diva noted that “Eno is an amazing rapper when it comes to the Twi dialect. She raps better than some of the male rappers in the game.” She quickly added that the accolades she gave Eno “were just props for rapping in the local dialect but not to prove that she is better than me. I’m an Ewe but I can’t rap in my language. I’m more conversant in the English language and with that I slay, murder and does everything right with my rap.”
When Zionfelix asked if a rap battle should be arranged for her to compete with Eno, The “Gelaway” songstress replied that she does not like such events. Feli Nuna further revealed that she might cry when she is battling a competitor because she is too emotional.
“I don’t like rap battles, I’m too emotional for that. With battles they insult each other and I don’t like that. With me, I want to be in my corner and do my music, freestyle and other things but I’m not a battle rapper. Maybe I will cry when somebody insults me.”