By now, you’ve likely heard Nigerian-British rapper Enny’s hit single, “Peng Black Girls.” The song tackles issues Black women face—from cultural appropriation to lack of media representation—and celebrates finding self-confidence through it all with lyrics like, “There’s peng Black girls in my area code / Dark skin, light skin, medium tone / Permed tings, braids, got minis afros / Thick lips, got hips some of us don’t / Big nose contour, some of us won’t,” over a mesmerizing beat. The singer Amia Brave accompanies Enny on the Rip Helen Mccrory 1968 2021 Shirt What’s more,I will buy this track, and in December she released a remix with Jorja Smith.
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