ENNY Taps Unknown T For ‘Champagne Problems’ Remix

Joe Simpson

By Joe Simpson

Joe Simpson

17 Nov 2022

South London rapper/singer ENNY has released a very special remix of Champagne Problems featuring UK rap superstar Unknown T. Produced by Beat Butcha & Tala (with additional production from Will Yanez), the original marked ENNY’s first release of 2022 and received major support from Clara Amfo, Jack Saunders, Nick Bright, DJ Target, Rinse FM and BBC 1Xtra, where it made the B-List.

The original version of Champagne Problems highlighted everything that is unique and special about ENNY; deeply soulful beats layered with complex lyricism that described how much her life has changed since her sudden rise at the end of 2020.. Meanwhile, Unknown T adds an extra layer of depth to the track with lyrics such as “we’re labelled thug, but I’m still humane…I been from the block but I’ma stayin my lane, grown shit, that’s what I became”. It’s an undeniable combination of two of the brightest voices in the UK at the top of their game, and is a gorgeous preview of lots more music to come from ENNY over the next few months.

Speaking on working with Unknown T, ENNY says:

“It’s sick when you are able to connect with an artist you rate as a person and can just create, connect and vibe. That’s what this remix , two worlds meeting and enjoying the process.”

A compelling and compassionate storyteller, ENNY’s arrival as a true artistic force kicked off at the tail end of 2020 with the release of her breakout single, the anthemic Peng Black Girls. Within the space of eighteen months, she has gone on to be featured in tips lists such as BBC Sound Of.. 2022, BBC 1XTRA Hot for 2022, MTV PUSH for 2022, Vevo dscvr Artists To Watch 2022, DAZED 100 & NME 100 amongst others, dropped epic performances on LATER With Jools Holland, the GRM
Awards, MOBO Awards, Tonight With Target & Colors (her Colors session received over 19M views alone) and covered a broad variety of publications that included POP, CRACK, The Guardian Guide, Mixmag & Wonderland. Additionally, she has collaborated with brands such as  Levi’s, Adidas, Alhuwalia & Mulberry and performed at this year’s Glastonbury, Wireless, Longitude, Park Life, Board Masters, All Points East, Primavera & We Out Here festivals. Throughout it all, she’s combined her integrity and passion to emerge as one of the most important British voices to emerge in recent memory.