- Popular Lynx Entertainment artiste, Kuami Eugene, has been featured by the famous BBC in the United Kingdom
- According to Kuami, he is extremely glad this is happening because it has always been his dream to put Ghana music on the map
- During the exciting BBC interview, Kuami Eugene talked about his music career and his high moments
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Eugene Kwame Marfo, the famous Ghanaian highlife and Afrobeat singer-songwriter who goes by the stage name Kuami Eugene, has been featured by the British Broadcasting Corporation.
The Lynx Entertainment signee who made a post about the interview on his verified Instagram handle indicated that it has always been his dream to put Ghana on the map and he is glad that it is beginning to materialize.
In his own words:
I've Always wanted to do my best to put our music on the map and I'm glad it's gradually coming to pass . #BBCworldnews
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During the exciting BBC interview, Kuami Eugene talked about his music career and his high moments and also spoke about his love for highlife as a Ghanaian artiste despite the Afrobeats craze.
Eugene revealed his highest moment was when he was crowned the Artiste of the Year at the 2020 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards which was heavily covered by YEN.com.gh
The young artiste mentioned that getting that accolade goes to prove beyond reasonable doubt that he is really doing well and his music is making the right impact.
When asked if highlife is being taken over by Afrobeats, he said not where he comes from. Kuami Eugene explained that Ghanaians listen to Afrobeats but they are made of Hiplife and Highlife music.
Watch the interview below
Kuami Eugene's new mansion and Range Rover
As YEN.com.gh also reported, "Angela" hitmaker, Kuami Eugene, has wowed many Ghanaians and foreigners with his spectacular performances and great music which has made him a force to be reckoned with in Africa's highlife and Afrobeat space.
In a recent video, he was seen dancing to his newly released song, 'Take Away', while shirtless but wearing a red cap and trousers. The video shows a backdrop of a beautiful mansion with a parked Range Rover and an electric scooter in the compound.
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