ENNY wears Simone Rocha

Interview by Dayna Southall

“But I just kept telling myself it's a marathon,
not a sprint, and so there's no way to measure
success. I just have to keep doing what I was
doing initially and just make music. Wherever
it takes me, it takes me.“

Late last year, while the world’s eyes were
intently focused on politically charged
movements such as Black Lives Matter, a
quiet rupture was formed as the confident
yet reserved rapper Enny made her
breakthrough moment with her second
single “Peng Black Girls." Capturing the
attention of the entire UK, the young
Burgeoning rapper exploded onto the scene
and landed with a powerful statement.
Almost a year on, the rapper is gearing
up to release her debut project this summer.
With expectations and pressures at an
all time high for the star, Enny talks us
through her initial reaction to the single,
dealing with her new found fame, and
how she’s determined to serve up music
with a message. 

Photographed by Zachary Chick
Styled by Toni-Blaze Ibekwe
Hair by Shamara Roper
Makeup by Kareem Jarche
Nails by Jewel Trinh
Set Design by Ellie Wintour
Editorial Director Huw Gwyther
Art Director Olivia Woodgate
Styling Assistant Anastasia Busch
Video by Sixty Sixty Two
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