- Kuami Eugene is a firm believer in his ability to win a Grammy Awards
- The Awards scheme is the biggest one for musicians and stakeholders in the music industry around the world
- Eugene believes he would achieve the historic milestone Ghanaian artistes have missed out on since its inception with the backing of Ghanaians
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Ghanaian singer and songwriter, Kuami Eugene says winning a Grammy award is within his reach as long as Ghanaians up their support for him.
The 'Open Gate' hitmaker is of the opinion that previous winners of music's biggest award aren't any better than him. He shared these sentiments during a recent interview.
"This support, if it keeps coming likes this, chale, we go fi take the Grammy some. Whoever take the Grammy. Whoever take am be human being," said Kuami Eugene to Giovani Caleb on TV3.
"As we dey here, if we keep supporting like this, and I love the way Ghanaians are supporting. Make we do more. And we can go."
On May 4, 2021, YEN.com.gh reported that Eugene had taken a swipe at Ghanaians who criticise the lyrical content of his song Open Gate.
The Lynx Entertainment artiste has been at the mercy of trolls for the line 'sebe wele kontomire' in the hit song.
He, however, thinks people who have unkind words to say to him because of that are shallow and are criticising him just for the sake of it.
"It is really, really a bit too shallow if you say 'wele sebe kontomire' is a bad word or it is not Grammy worthy. I don't understand because I am making numbers out there which means we are really listening to it," said Eugene during an interview on Hitz FM.
"We are enjoying it. We are playing it at parties, every wedding, every occasion."
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