- Ghanaian singer Kuami Eugene has disclosed his intentions to retire at a very early age
- He said he is saving more money and writing for other artistes also helps him make more money
- Many admired his incredible talent in writing Joyce Blessing's Victory as they shared their views on his retiring early
Lynx Entertainment signee Kuami Eugene has disclosed that he wants to retire at 35, hence the reason he is working hard in the music industry.
Kuami Eugene speaks about retirement
He disclosed that working as a writer for other musicians makes him a lot of money regardless of the genre, be it a gospel or a circular song.
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"I want to retire at 35 so I dey pack more money," he said.
Sharing how he wrote the touching lyrics to the song, the Angela hitmaker said:
"I had to put myself in her shoes."
Answering whether Joyce Blessing paid for his services, he stated there was an agreement and that it was very classified.
Video of Kuami Eugene disclosing the age he would like to retire from music.
Ghanaians hail Kuami Eugene's talent
Many people talked about how talented Kuami Eugene is as they applauded him in the comments.
He is a blessing to this country
I thought you already on pension
Wale said the same thing ok
Kwame foc ne guy guy
Kuami Eugene reveals he wrote Becca's Mi Ni Waa in 2017
YEN.com.gh reported that Kuami Eugene told Nana Ama McBrown on her Onua Showtime show that he has written songs for numerous artistes.
The singer revealed that before he got into the limelight, he wrote Becca's 2017 hit song Me Ni Waa. This revelation came as a surprise to many Ghanaians, who said it was a testament to how incredibly talented he is.
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