- Kuami Eugene has delivered a freestyle performance to his mother after church on Sunday, February 7
- The highlife musician has taken to social media to share the amazing moment with his mother to his fans
- A video of Kuami Eugene's freestyle session with his sweet mom has gathered the views of his fans
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Highlife and afrobeat singer-songwriter, Kuami Eugene, has erupted emotions with a freestyle performance to his mother as she sits to watch him sing in a heartwarming video.
The award-winning musician revealed in a post that he is working on a project titled Monica, which is expected to be released after perfecting it.
Kuami Eugene shares the heartwarming moment of bonding with his mother on social media as he performs Monica for her in his studio.
Captioning the goosebumps-raising video, the RockStar writes, ''My mum asked for a freestyle after church today. So I gave her a song I’m still working on. #Monica.''
The video shows Kuami Eugene's mother sitting while enjoying her multi-talented son's freestyle session.
The video is fast gaining traction on social media with many of Eugene's fans commenting about the respect and love he has for his mother.
Many have also remarked about the lyrics and delivery by the RockStar.
Kumawood actress and TV show host, Emelia Brobbey, has taken to the comment section to react. She writes, ''My Kuami .''
@ten_k_worldwide writes, ''The music momm dierr you dey barb am waa.''
@MavisLove writes, ''Wow, beautiful songs, powerful lyrics. I can't wait.''
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that Ghanaian actress and fashion icon, Nana Akua Addo, has flaunted her curves and given a major leg reveal in a red-themed outfit ahead of Valentine's Day.
The award-winning actress appears on social media in a red sleeveless top over matching shorts paired with black and red high heels.
Nana Akua Addo's fashion choice for red-themed wear was undeniably inspired by Val's Day, which falls on Sunday, February 14.
In other news, New York-based playwright with Ghanaian roots, Stacey Osei-Kuffour, has become the first Black female writer to script a Marvel movie titled Blade.
Osei-Kuffour's record-setting achievement follows her previous role as the story editor and writer on HBO's acclaimed limited series Watchmen.
The fast-rising screenwriter follows the path of Nia Dacosta who worked on Captain Marvel 2 and becomes Marvel's first Black woman director.
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