- Ghanaian musician Kuami Eugene performed at a concert in Amsterdam and got a massive reception from his female fans
- The musician had an outstanding performance as he thrilled the large crowd with some great music and put smiles on the faces of the people of Amsterdam
- The video pleased many Ghanaians as they were excited to see Kuami Eugene go global and receive love from a foreign crowd
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Kuami Eugene is one of the biggest musicians not only in Ghana but across the globe and has been touring different European countries in the past few weeks.
A video that popped up from the Angela hitmaker's Amsterdam concert showed his global reach as he pulled a large crowd to the event and had them singing his hit tunes passionately.
The excited crowd was filled with many ladies who were pretty happy to see Kuami and tried their possible best to get a hold of the superstar as they stretched their hands towards him.
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Reactions To Kuami Eugene's Berlin Performance
jells_husby1510 showed support:
Spoil there fam , we dey your back ❤️
We didn't come here to play oooo!!!
shaibu6449 also reacted:
Rockstar to the whole world
rhommyo also wrote:
Always follow djvyrusky u ar too much and so talented 2 kuamieugene
Manifest: Ghanaian Musician Drops Video Of His Grandfather In The 60s Recording Songs Of Poetry From Villagers
In other news, YEN.com.gh previously published an article that Manifest, in a Facebook post, dropped a video of his grandfather, professor Kwabena Nketia, recording songs of poetry from villagers in the 60s.
In the video, the well-learned professor engaged a British lady who interviewed him about poetry and literature in Ghana.
The beautiful video amazed many as they admired how smart Manifest's grandfather was and said intelligence runs through their family.
In the video, the learned professor passionately talked about poetry and literature in Ghana and the data he was gathering from villagers to aid in the teaching and learning of Ghanaian poetry and literature.
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