"Cameroonians don't show him as much love as he deserves and that’s only because many people don’t understand exactly what the industry is," Nabil Fongod tells Pulse TV exclusively.
"I don't think Cameroonians show him as much love as he deserves to and that’s only because many people don’t understand exactly what the industry is," Nabil tells Pulse TV exclusively.
"Stanley is the first to do so many things and it strange for Cameroonians. Like they say, 'a prophet is never really accepted in his own country' and I'm not saying he is a prophet or anything but the fact that he came out from here, many people don’t understand why he should be that big. A lot of people don't give him the respect that he deserves," he adds.
However, Nabil says, "at the end of the day, you just cannot help but see that this guy is a hustler and he is worked really hard to get to where he is today. I don’t care what people say about him or his talent …I think if you think Enow cannot rap and he is that big and you are a rapper, then you gats to go back and check out whatchu doing."
The ace OAP further reveals that the 'Njama Njama Cow' rapper may have gotten inspired by him. "He is looked up to me… and seeing that someone who looks to me becomes that big today, it's just like… you know… you have to respect him and show him some love… but he shouldn't worry about what people think of him, there will always be haters so…"
Stanley Enow is best known for his 2014 hit single 'Hein Pere' and has done major collaborations with top African acts including Tuface Idibia, Sarkodie, Ice Prince, Olamide and A.K.A.
Check out Stanley Enow 'Yours' music video featuring Ice Prince below: