Not once, not two times has he been accused of track robbery; in fact that seems to be the case with almost all of the hit songs that Kuami Eugene has released given that he got here onto the tune scene.
First it become Angela, then Confusion to Wish Me Well and now he is being accused of stealing lyrics for his verse at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) 2019 subject track.
The track, titled Our Music Lives, functions the voices of Amandzeba, KiDi, Adina, Joe Mettle, Teephlow and Kuami Eugene.
According to reports on social media, the Aku Shika singer’s verse was sampled from a tune titled Ragamuffin by way of a female Jamaican Dancehall artiste, Koffee.
However, while Showbiz caught up with him after his overall performance on the launch of Okyaeme Kwame’sMade In Ghana album final Saturday, April 20, Kuami Eugene stated he became not fazed by means of the accusations.
“The things they are saying do not affect me in besides, I am no longer amazed at all. These are folks that do the identical issue to every body even to their family members.
“They have executed this to a number of musicians, the Ofori Amponsahs and co have all had their share of those sort of accusations so it isn’t always definitely a large deal for me,” he stated.
Moving on to speak about how he felt being featured on Okyeame Kwame’s album he stated, “it feels really awesome. In reality I’m not certain I would had been glad if I changed into now not on it.
“He has been in the Industry for 22 years and has completed amazingly properly, for himself as an artiste and with his emblem; it’s miles really an honour being on this album.”
Kuami Eugene, real name Eugene Kwame Marfo, who’s signed to Lynx Entertainment, said he’s overwhelmed by means of the affection proven him in his brief time inside the limelight.
He was grateful to Lynx Entertainment for spotting his expertise and signing him on.
“Lynx Entertainment came in at the right time and I should say that they have been very supportive of my profession,” he said.