There’s a Gender Imbalance in the Music Industry – Cherry Entafield

An aspiring dentist and rapper, Cherry Ozoalor aka Cherry Entafield (Queen of Grillz), has said that there is a gender imbalance in the Nigerian music industry.

Cherry, who debuted in the industry four years ago, said, “At this point in my career, I face the challenge of gender imbalance as a rapper. Male hip-hop artists usually get support faster than their female counterparts like me.

“The level of encouragement given to female artists is low compared to what male artists enjoy. to be artists.

The rapper, whose song, “Ogbon (Monster Mind),” enjoyed favorable airplay following its late 2021 release, also noted that she is looking forward to working with other artists, such as Olamide, Zinoleesky and Bella Shmurda.

When asked to list career highlights, Cherry noted that she had a great time performing in other African countries including Kenya, Ethiopia and Uganda. She also said that she is currently working on a new song which will be released soon. It was even then that she collaborated with other artists, such as C-Black of Marlian Music.

A graduate of the University of Ibadan, Cherry describes herself as “an afro hip hop rapper with unique artistic dexterity, liveliness, voracity and resourceful tenacity”.

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