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Kuami Eugene ‘Happily’ Performs NPP Song, ‘Happy Day’ With Sarkodie. Kuami Eugene who was recently crying foul that Sarkodie’s subtle political endorsement of the NPP on their song “Happy Day” could hurt his career as a musician has been spotted performing that very song with Sarkodie at an event.

After Sarkodie dropped the official music video to his song “Happy Day” which featured Kuami Eugene, the Lynx Entertainment artiste in an interview, told the media, that he had no idea that, Sarkodie was endorsing a political party as the first rap sent to him, didn’t have any line like that.

In a new video spotted on YouTube, Kuami Eugene is seen happily performing the song together with Sarkodie, who also re-echoed his endorsement of Nana Addo’s government.

With rumors making rounds that, Sarkodie had pocketed some Ghc500k to endorse the NPP, its clear that Kuami Eugene has finally taken a percentage of that cash after expressing that, he was uncomfortable with Sarkodie’s decision to keep him in the dark.

In another interview, Eugene had also mentioned that, his management was resolving the issue with Sarkodie and that, they would come into some sort of agreement.

For someone who said he was uncomfortable about Sarkodie using NPP jargons in the song, one wouldn’t expect him to be performing the song so soon at any event, especially when election is just some few days away.

Well, its obvious that some monies has been paid and I wouldn’t be surprised because Kuami Eugene himself had once mentioned that, he wouldn’t mind endorsing the NPP isif he’s paid—Yup, he said it, read that article we published here.

Anyways watch their first public performance of the song below: Kuami Eugene ‘Happily’ Performs NPP Song, ‘Happy Day’ With Sarkodie.

Big Acts In Ghana Refuse To Help Small Acts – Kuami Eugene. Kuami Eugene is crying foul over the deliberate failure by big artistes or talents to lend support to the small young budding ones coming up.

According to the ‘Open Gate’ hitmaker, this neglect by the so-called pioneers of Ghana music on the young ones has made it tough to rise to the top if you are young artistes.

In a Facebook live session with fans, Kuami Eugene said there are som artistes with big following on social media but will never share any work he does and even the ones who do will just put it on their stories.

He also added that this attitude by the top dogs towards the young artistes or talents in Ghana is actually killing the drive of many who try to venture into music or showbiz.
Using the movie industry as a yardstick, Kuami Eugene said senior actors and actresses do not see any need in helping or promoting the works of the younger ones and this phenomenon is not the best.

According to him, this is the real state of Ghana music and showbiz where the one at the top is not willing to pull the rest along which has resulted in hatred and the “Pull-Him-Down” syndrome.

Kuami Eugene believes when all artistes come together and agree to support the works and talents of one another, Ghana music will be the victor.

But the big question is “Has Kuami Eugene Ever Shared The Works Of Other Artistes On His Timelines?”

Watch the video below ; Big Acts In Ghana Refuse To Help Small Acts – Kuami Eugene.

Dead Peepol & Rich Kent - Otan Hunu (Remix) ft. Medikal, Fameye, Kuami Eugene, Bosom P-Yung and More
Dead Peepol & Rich Kent – Otan Hunu (Remix) ft. Medikal, Fameye, Kuami Eugene, Bosom P-Yung and More

Dead Peepol and Rich Kent has finally released the much anticipated remix for their popular “Otan Hunu” song.

The remix features Medikal, Fameye, Kuami Eugene, Bosom P-Yung, Tulenkey, Deon Boakye and Malcolm Nuna.

Listen and download below;

Watch the official video for the original “Otan Hunu” song below;

Kuami Eugene - Son Of Africa album
Kuami Eugene – Son Of Africa (album cover)

Award winning highlife artist, Eugene Kwame Marfo simply known as Kuami Eugene has finally released his much awaited Son Of Africa album.

After months of promotions, the highly anticipated album has finally been released by Lynx Entertainment Records for public consumption.

The album contains 14 songs, with which 7 featured both Ghanaian and international music stars.

Son Of Africa features 6 Ghanaian artists; Sarkodie, Shatta Wale, Samini, Prince Bright, DJ Mensah and Obaapa Christy, 2 Nigerian artists; Falz and Zlatan and then Eddy Kenzo from Uganda.

Tracklist below;

  1. Son Of Africa
  2. Show Body ft. Falz
  3. Open Gate
  4. Marry Me
  5. Dance Hard ft. Zlatan
  6. Will You
  7. Give It To Me ft. Eddy Kenzo
  8. Ghana We Dey ft. Shatta Wale and Samini
  9. Beifour ft. Sarkodie and DJ Mensah
  10. Amen
  11. Scolom ft. Prince Bright
  12. Wa Ye Wie ft. Obaapa Christy
  13. Mama
  14. Ewurade

Three of the 14 songs, Ghana We Dey, Wa Ye Wie and Open Gate were released months prior to the full album. It were the only singles released.

The album also boast production credit from the finest music producers in the country, including Richie Mensah, MOG Beatz, Willis Beatz and more.

Son Of Africa is the singer’s 2nd studio album. His debut album titled “Rockstar” was released in 2018.

After a successful debut album, Kuami Eugene has released his 2nd album and it’s set to take over our airwaves.

Stream the highly anticipated album on apple music below;

 

 

Kuami Eugene - Son Of Africa album
Kuami Eugene – Son Of Africa (album cover)

Kuami Eugene features Sarkodie and DJ Mensah on this song which appears on his “Son Of Africa” album titled Beifour.

Beifour is the 9th track on the 14-track album and it’s production credit goes to Hylander and Lynx Entertainment’s boss, Richie Mensah.

Download Beifour below;

Stream the full “Son Of Africa” album below;

 

Kuami Eugene - Son Of Africa album
Kuami Eugene – Son Of Africa (album cover)

Ghanaian highlife star, Kuami Eugene features Prince Bright of BukBak fame on this highlife song titled Scolom.

This highlife masterpiece appear’s on Kuami Eugene’s new “Son Of Africa” album. It was produced by Willis Beatz.

Download Scolom by Kuami Eugene below;

Stream the full album on apple music below;

Kuami Eugene - Son Of Africa album
Kuami Eugene – Son Of Africa (album cover)

Another banger off Kuami Eugene’s “Son Of Africa” album is this one which features Shatta Wale and Samini titled Ghana We Dey. 

Ghana We Dey is the 8th track off the newly released album and it’s production credit goes to MOG Beatz.

Listen and download below;

Stream Son Of Africa on apple music below;

Kuami Eugene - Son Of Africa album
Kuami Eugene – Son Of Africa (album cover)

Lynx Entertainment Records signee, Kuami Eugene teams up with Nigerian singer, Zlatan for this afrobeat jam titled Dance Hard.

This jam was produced by the reigning VGMA producer of the year, MOG Beatz. So get your dancing boots on and Dance Hard.

Download below;

Stream the full “Son Of Africa” album below;

 

Kuami Eugene - Son Of Africa album
Kuami Eugene – Son Of Africa (album cover)

Ghanaian highlife singer, Kuami Eugene features Nigerian rapper, Falz on this afrobeat song titled Show Body.

The afrobeat song appears on the singer’s new “Son Of Africa” album. It’s the 2nd track on the album and it’s production credit goes to Richie Mensah.

Download Show Body by Kuami Eugene below;

Stream the full album on apple music below;

 

 

Kuami Eugene - Son Of Africa album
Kuami Eugene – Son Of Africa (album cover)

Kuami Eugene has finally released his much anticipated “Son Of Africa” album and the first song off the abum is titled Son Of Africa. 

This highlife masterpiece is the intro to the 14-track album and it’s production credit goes his label boss, Richie Mensah.

Download Son Of Africa by Kuami Eugene below;

Stream it on apple music below;