Ghanaian Hiplife Artiste Kuami Eugene: I used to sell my CDs in Trotro and Nobody Bought them

Ghanaian Hiplife Artiste Kuami Eugene: I used to sell my CDs in Trotro and Nobody Bought them

  • 2020 VGMA Artiste of the Year, Kumai Eugene, has shared his emotional life story
  • Born and bred in Fadama with his devoted Christian family, life was not an easy one, Eugene narrated
  • The Rockstar revealed that he used to sell his CDs in trotro without any patronage and would get comments like, "who knows you?"

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Ghana’s very sensational songwriter and singer, Kuami Eugene, legally known as Eugene Kwame Marfo has recently honoured an invitation on Maame Grace’s Celebrity Pulpit show.

Speaking on the show, he opened up about his emotional life journey, what he has been through, and how he has been able to achieve all that he has.

Not born with a silver spoon

Eugene started by saying, he was born and bred in Fadama to a very devoted Christian family but life was not an easy one.

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Ghanaian Hiplife Artist, Kuami Eugene: I used to sell my CDs in Trotro and Nobody Bought them
Ghanaian Hiplife Artist, Kuami Eugene Photo credit: @kuamieugene
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The 2020 VGMA Artiste of the Year recounted moments he used to sell his music CDs in trotro and not a single person would purchase.

He would give them a free-style, they would applaud but would still not be interested in buying his music

This musician added that he used to get comments like, "there is no point in buying your CDs because no one knows you”.

Sharing to motivate others

Kuami Eugene mentioned that his intention for sharing his life story is to put joy in the hearts of listeners.

The Angela hitmaker also said he seeks to let listeners know that regardless of where one finds themselves or how far behind one may be, there is a voice and power behind them and sooner than later, they'd come in contact with that blessing.

He added that giving up should not be a part of one’s story.

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Kuami had a lot more to say in the below;

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In another reported story, a video of a young man who looks so much like Ghanaian singer, Kuami Eugene, has surfaced on the internet.

He is spotted standing on the shoulders of the streets busily chewing roasted corn.

From his demeanour, it seems the young man was not aware that he was being recorded as he kept looking away unconcerned.

His looks – including his hairstyle, lips, and facials – resemble those of Kuami Eugene so much that one would need to take a third and fourth look at him to see that he is not really the one.

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