Enny makes a statement whilst also providing good vibes on her new release 'Same Old'
Author: Tom Dingley | Tuesday 16th March 2021
South London's very own Enny follows up her 2020 anthem 'Peng Black Girls' with a brand new track called 'Same Old'.
The track is Enny's way of portraying the way she perceives life in South London, including the experiences Black communities have and the similarities between a lot of them. This track also touches on Enny's relationship experiences and her general life experiences - tying in with what I mentioned previously about the experiences that Black communities have by touching on the experiences of a Black individual.
The sound of the song just pours out good vibes, with a slightly gospel touch to the track all thanks to the choir in the background which really adds to the track and brings the chorus to life. Everything about what Enny has done on this track is what makes us love it so much. Great flows, brilliant vocals, relatable lyrics and content that people will really feel when they hear this track.
The future looks bright for this rising young female from South London, as she is set to release an EP soon and with her being recognised by the likes of Jorja Smith - who hopped on the remix of Peng Black Girls - she has got bags of talent and some very highly respected support in the form of her peers and the likes of Radio 1 and so on, Enny is definitely a name to look out for going forward.
This track is available to stream now so go and check it out, it is sure to bring some vibes and positive energy to your day.