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According to talented Ghanaian artiste, Kuami Eugene, the rate at which some Ghanaian artistes are mostly tagged as fading out is unfortunate. The Angela hit maker stressed stressed that such behavior is unfortunate and Ghanaians must put an end to it .
Speaking to Nana Romeo in an interview on the Mid – Morning show on Accra100.5 FM, Kuami Eugene said, “The speed at which Ghanaians normally say some artiste in the country are fading isn’t the best but too quick and sad”
He added, “It is really hard because if you are an artiste and you have been singing for like two years and for instance if only one of your track is a hitz and in the 3rd year people say you are fading out it is difficult”
Making a case for artistes who’s name mostly pop up in reference to songs which are fading out in show business, he showed some love and support for Pappy Kojo and Bisa K’dei.
Kuami Eugene said, “Some people can say, Pappy Kojo is fading out, what do you mean ? he quizzed.
When the host Nana Romeo ask if people also tag him as part of artistes who are fading out, he affirmed, “Yes, I went to a restaurant and the song which were played was that of PSquare, Timaya and 2Face. I immediately called the one playing the song and said to him, don’t you like Bisa K’dei’s track, Pappy Kojo’s tracks but he told me that, those artistes are no longer relevant .
He also cited that, after making a request for Ofori Amponsah and Ayigbe Edem’s track from the DJ in question it proved futile.
Kuami Eugene further added saying,”How can you say Pappy Kojo is fading, Bisa is fading and their tracks are no longer relevant? If their tracks are no longer relevant is tracks by PSquare and Timaya still relevant ? he quizzed.
He finally said, “I’m 22 years and very young and in the next 5 years, if people decide not to play my songs, how can I help my family” ?
At the meantime, Kuami Eugene is out with a new track “Turn Up”.
By : Browngh.com