Rapper Eno Barony and Daniel Duncan-Williams, popularly known as Dee Wills, the son of Archbishop Nicolas Duncan-Williams, are poised to take over the airwaves and streaming services with their new single, “Don’t Judge Me.”
The intriguing factor contributing to the enthusiasm surrounding this duet is the fact that both musicians were raised in traditional Christian houses with pastor fathers.
While Nicholas Duncan-Williams, the father of Dee Wills, serves as the presiding archbishop and general overseer of the Action Chapel International ministry, which has its headquarters in Accra, Ghana, Eno Barony was born Ruth Eno Adjoa Amankwah Nyame Adom in Tema.
Don’t Judge Me, the song’s title, makes it clear that the duo will fight back against anyone who criticize them for adopting secular positions, regardless of their religious heritage.
— Daniel (@Deewillslive) November 11, 2022
Since then, Ghanaians have used social media to voice their opinions about the song, which will be released next week.
According to information obtained by Adomonline.com, the song’s official music video is already in production and scheduled to drop on the same day as the official audio.