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ENNY releases short film ‘Under 25 ’til Infinity’

"This is the story from the beginning as it's still being written"

By Ella Kemp

Enny (Credit: Press)

ENNY has released a new career-spanning film called Under 25 ’til Infinity – scroll down to watch.

The London-based musician shared the new 30-minute documentary on Sunday (December 19), mapping her journey as an artist from the moment she quit her job up to her debut EP ‘Under 25’.

“This is the story from the beginning as it’s still being written,” ENNY said of the new film. “From Instagram freestyles and YouTube beats to the execution of UNDER 25.”

She added: “This isn’t one persons journey I say this a lot but this shit takes a village… find your village.”

Describing the ‘Under 25’ EP, which was released in July, ENNY said in a statement at the time: “This project concept was birthed in the most confusing time of my early 20s. I was caught between the sudden ticking of the age clock and  feeling unfulfilled in a 9-5.

“The songs reflect not only my journey into quitting my job to do music but also everyone involved in bringing this to life from meeting PAYA who nurtured and produced the tracks to just connecting with some really amazing people at Root73.

“I hope everyone that listens is able to feel the love and care that’s gone into crafting these songs because it’s not just mine it’s ours and just the first of many.”

Meanwhile, ENNY opened up about her breakout hit ‘Peng Black Girls’ in Rolling Stone UK‘s second issue, explaining how the depiction of Black women in the media inspired her.

“It’s so sick to see [rappers] Tems, Simz and Amaarae, all these dark-skinned girls doing their ting,” she explained. “We never got to see that growing up; young, Black, dark-skinned girls just doing their ting. That’s why I’ve gotta take it as far as I can.”