Latest hip life sensation in Ghana, Kuami Eugene, has opened up on the challenges he faced while coming up as a musician.
The ‘Angela’ hit maker said he it was not easy for him to find his feet in the music industry because people discouraged him on the way.
Others, he said, plainly told him that he was disturbing them with noise whenever he was rehearsing as an underground artiste.
Shocking was when authorities of the school he was attending expelled him from the school for trying to pursue his music career.
With all these challenges and more, Kuami Eugene has confessed that his sudden rise in the music industry still remain a surprise to him.
He stated that despite the many hurdles he came across, he allowed nothing to stop him from remaining focus on achieving his aim.
The ‘Boom Bang Bang’ singer also said he has not forgotten how people insulted and called him names.
This was because he had informed them about his quest to make a mark in the Ghana Music Industry, according to a mynewsgh.com report.
His greatest joy now, he disclosed, is the fact that many of those who tried to discourage him have turned out to be his die-hard fans.
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“You must learn not to give up; today the same people who told me I was disturbing their ears when I was rehearsing are now my hardest fans,” he said.
According to Kuami Eugene, he is working hard to ensure that he becomes one of Ghana’s best musicians.
He believes that whoever wants to do music must either do it well or not start at all.
“To be successful in music, it’s either you do and do it well or you don’t start at all otherwise you waste your own time,” he stated.
Kaumi Eugene further attributed his success to God.
“I know some people who have been underground artistes for over 6 years,”
“I was with them; but now I’m popular musician, I give all glory to God,” he said.
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