ENNY DROPS "PENG BLACK GIRLS" REMIX
FEATURING JORJA SMITH
- Genre : Pop
- Type: News
- Author : Team ARTISTdirect
- Date : Tue, 01 Dec 2020
South East London rapper & singer Enny releases a very special remix of her third ever single "Peng Black Girls", featuring British soul icon Jorja Smith. Few artists are able to make the impact that Enny has in such a short amount of time. In October, she released the original version of "Peng Black Girls". A celebratory anthem of empowerment and unity for Black women, the track was at once both vital and anthemic, pushing the gifted young lyricist to the forefront of both the public and tastemaker consciousness. With support from a diverse group of titles such as NME, Mixmag, British Vogue, The Face, The Fader, Essence, GRM, Trench, Complex and more, not to mention radio support from Kiss Fresh, No Signal, her first playlist at 1xtra and plays from a host of Radio 1 champions from Nick Grimshaw to Huw Stephens, Enny has established herself as one of the most exciting and profound new voices to emerge out of London as of late.
Speaking on the remix, she says "Everything about the remix coming together honestly feels like a divine hand. It was created in a slight state of panic during the first lockdown by Paya & Srigala but we all knew it was something special when we heard it. Then to have Jorja drop a cold verse and bring a whole new vibe to it. Madness! The remix song and vid all just reiterate again the culture of being 'Black and British' and living in it."
In April of this year, London's new rising star released her debut single "He's Not Into You" before following it up with the mellow, jazz-flecked "For South". Both tracks display the artist's intricate, complex flows and witty storytelling wise beyond her years, aspects fully reinforced with the poignant and powerful message of "Peng Black Girls."