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Don’t Judge Me: Eno Barony teams up with Dee Wills on new song

Don't Judge Me: Eno Barony teams up with Dee Wills on new song
Dee Wills and Eno Barony (Don’t Judge Me)

Daniel Duncan-Williams, son of Nicholas Duncan-Williams ( presiding archbishop and general overseer of the Action Chapel International ministry), has made his debut entrance into mainstream entertainment. Dee Wills, as he prefers to be called, features on Eno Barony’s new song, Don’t Judge Me.

The title of this song seems a good fit for Dee Wills, who has had some lapses in his mental health. As the son of a revered preacher, Dee Wills’s sexual and drug escapades were widely and harshly criticised.

‘Don’t Judge Me’ talks about answered prayers, internal battles and perceptions from church folks. Dee Wills, who has been seen singing in church, embodies Eno Barony’s verse, ” The church thinks I’m evil, but when they see me pray and sing the gospel, they plead with God to bring me back to his people.”

Will you jam to this song in church?

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