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Kuami Eugene says, “I’m sorry, but I can’t take any advice from Samini

By Majesty 1 Min Read

Ghanaian Highlife musician Kuami Eugene, a multiple award winner, has responded to remarks made by veteran Reggae/Dancehall crooner Samini, dismissing his advice. 

Samini implied that Kuami Eugene’s lack of international appeal stems from the fact that he “sounds local.”

Remember how Samini said he preferred Kidi to Kuami Eugene on TV3’s Day Show with Berla Mundi? It was because Kidi had a stronger global appeal.

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The “Monica” hitmaker, though, has taken issue with that viewpoint.

When questioned about whether he would rebrand his craft to appeal to a wider audience in light of Samini’s remarks, Kuami Eugene, who was on a later episode of the Day Show, categorically stated that he would not do so.

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He claimed that in an attempt to sound more global, he would have to give up his true Highlife sound.

He continued by saying that while he respects Samini’s viewpoint, he would not follow any advice because songs featuring his genuine brand have already become hits on a global scale.

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