Losing fame is my greatest fear – Kuami Eugene (WATCH)

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Kuami Eugene, a multi-award-winning musician, seems to be taking full advantage of his fame in the music industry.

The young artist refuses to give up or exchange his fame for anything else.

He maintains that not being recognized as the rock star he has become since the first day he grabbed the microphone will be a nightmare.

The 2020 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) Artiste of the Year made these revelations on The Doreen Avio Show, which airs on Joy Prime.

“My greatest fear is to wake up one morning and realise I’m not this rockstar. Imagine I wake up and go to the mall, and nobody says ‘Rockstar.’ I will ask myself if I didn’t sleep well. I mean, I get people asking me, don’t you get tired when people are on your leg everywhere? You don’t get to come stand in a queue like us anymore? I tell them it’s my job. “Do you think I’d rather get by without being recognised like you?” he asks.

The Lynx Entertainment cum EMPIRE Distribution signee believes money can acquire fame.

He described it as a travesty to be the world’s most famous musician without money.

“The money can give me the fame, so will you prefer to choose being famous over being without anything in your pocket? I think that will be the worst experience of my life. You’ll be super popular; everybody knows you everywhere, but you have to pick Uber. “The driver will be thinking, ‘Is this Kuami Eugene, or has the Rockstar’s car developed a fault?” he said.

Born Eugene Kwame Marfo, he is a highlife and Afrobeat singer-songwriter best known for songs such as “Wish Me Well” and “Ohemaa”.

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