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Award-winning artist Stanley Enow has just signed a corporate contract endorsing him as brand Ambassador for Cameroon’s leading bank BICEC.

A slew of fans on social media have expressed deep concern and criticised Stanley for being indifferent regarding the Anglophone crisis that registered massive killings, abduction and torture on October 1st 2017.  

The “Adore You” crooner is currently gearing up to release his collabo with Davido.


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#PrayForMe is Stanley Enow‘s brand-new single inspired by the demise of his beloved sister Sylvie Enow #QueenOfMotherland. What a lovely way to start the year with a soulful trap tune in prelude to his second album.

The video was shot in Joburg, South Africa by Director Nic Roux for Molotov Cocktail featuring Bollywood Super Star @imRekhaRana .

Song is produced by Togolese sound producer @ThagodSolis and written by Stanley ” Ebai ” Enow.



#Motherland #StanleyEnow #Cameroon #Africa & the #World please #PrayForMe

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Ivorian adept producer & singer SHADO CHRIS collaborates with Motherland Empire’s Award winning artist Stanley ENOW on ”MOGORS DJANGO” which is one of the songs on his recently released EP La 1ère queue de Kyubi’. Stanley ENOW shows his continuous zeal for singing in this song after the release of ‘Follow Me’. This collaboration is just one of its kind between Ivory Coast & Cameroon. 

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Stanley Enow has unexpectedly switched his lane.  Renown for his rap dexterity, the Bayangi Boy has dropped a thumping Afro-pop single off his Afro-beat series in preparation for his sophomore album.  “Follow me” is a well-honed beat by Softouch.  The video is irresistible. Shot and directed by Dr Nkeng Stephens.

Enjoy !

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Central Africa’s most influential Hip Hop artist Stanley Enow celebrated his birthday of February 8th. He unveiled a freestyle dubbed “Phoenix” #thingsthatIsee  as a gift to his fans who have been showing unconditional love. This definitely quite deep and delves into his present state of mind ; the envy , the hatred and criticism he’s been facing . This song will definitely amaze those who criticize Stanley Enow for being a weak rapper.

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With11754335_10153451409575349_8515848133965946880_o the much awaited debut album only a few hours away before its official public release,Stanley Enow proves he is ready to enter into a new phase of his music career and to put to bed all that has been previously said about him since his outburst into the Cameroon limelight in 2013.

Soldier Like Ma Papa” as the album is titled is foremost an autobiographical piece, a special personal piece which salutes his father Papa Enow’s career in the Cameroon police force and the opening track of the album “Commandant Zao” is befitting.

Soldier Like Ma Papa” also awakens a message of hardwork, dedication, triumph, challenges and success – emotions/phases of life which practically every human being goes through / will go through at some stage. It is an album just as diverse in itself as Stanley Enow’s own talent and capabilities. With ragga/reggae inspiration to RnB to rap, there is something in this album to suit many a musical taste…

In light of the eminent release a few hours away, we dedicate our post to five message points that we picked up from the album.


Right from the onset, Stanley Enow’s decision to kick off the album with “Hit The Road” featuring Bill Muicha reveals from the beginning the biggest responsibility shouldered by the children in the typical African home. We are all raised with the idea that our siblings, parents and even our extended family are our primary responsibility and once we are in a position to start providing, our duty of care to them also begins.

In “Hit The Road”, we see a young man who is prepared to accept his responsibility even though he himself is not in a comfortable position. He wants to elevate his family status, offer a plot for his mother, good school for a brother, hospital care for his grandmother – he is prepared to give the good things to his family to ensure their lives are better – he is prepared to go the extra mile because his status as a firstborn demands it.


In the “King Kong” track and from the video which was shot in South Africa, Stanley Enowdoes not hide the fact that he is happy to celebrate his own success…where he is at in life and what he has achieved so far in his very short music career which includes multiple awards and big brand endorsements. “I’m not lucky but I’m blessed…Stanley Enow trong pikin for trong town…when these boys dem see me oh boy dem bow down.”

In “Have A Dream” featuring Bill Muicha we are also thrown into the world of an individual who goes from nothing to something, from despair to success and is also comfortable celebrating this change of fortune.


Le pere noel n’existe pas reste la tu dors ne travaille pas…work hard mehn ne tente pas…sinon you go remain for back…” “You can make it if you try – be something.” The message is all clear, hardwork according to Stanley Enow is a major key to one’s success and there certainly is no Father Christmas who brings free gifts. If only we should try, we can try to be successful.


We lived together, but I can’t hold you now, just wanna hug you now”…a love song directed at a departed love, a love we yearn for but cannot reach out to or touch because they are either too far away or they have been snatched away by the hands of death…a part of life that resonates with every human being at some point.


Of everything that can be said about Stanley Enow, one thing is certainly undisputed and that is Stanley Enow “Etangnti Moh Manyang” is very proud of his humble Mamfe and Bafoussam roots which he celebrates in his songs. The Bayangi boy from Manyu division in the South West Region makes no attempt to cover up his family life either “ma papa be na soldier, mami  be na presbyterian church elder…

Soldier Like Ma Papa available 25th July 2015 to buy from

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A journey of a thousand miles commences with a step. Stanley Enow is indisputably the most buzzing Cameroonian urban music act at the moment. Since his ground-breaking beaut debut with ”Hein pere”, the Bayangi Boy, full of energy and pizzazz has created a unique brand and identity.”Hein pere” is not just a song but a clothing line powered by Motherland Empire. ”Ont est high pere” T-Shirts are currently available for sale. 



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