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I Go To Sarkodie For A Feature When I Have Tough Things To Say In My Song – Kuami Eugene



Iconic Ghanaian highlife and Afrobeats singer Kuami Eugene has revealed that he considers Sarkodie his go-to choice whenever he has tough messages to convey in his songs.
He further explained that the respected Ghanaian rapper possesses the lyrical ability to effectively articulate the message he wants to convey.
In a recent appearance on the Kojo Manuel Podcast on October 1, Kuami praised Sarkodie for his ability to boldly speak his mind in songs and for being a dependable collaborator when it comes to addressing essential and tough subjects in their music.
This commendation sheds light on the respect and admiration Kuami Eugene has for Sarkodie’s lyrical prowess and the pivotal role the rapper plays in the Ghanaian music scene.
“If I want to say something to the public and I want it to be a feature, I’ll call Sarkodie. anytime I want to say something to the public and it’s dear to my heart, but I want to come hard, I’ll go and knock on Sarkodie’s door. Because he can speak. When he has something to say, he’ll do a song” Kuami Eugene said.
Kuami Eugene and Sarkodie have landed collaborations on several songs, some of which include “No More,” released in 2019, and “Honey,” which was also released the same year.
Their most recent collaboration, “Happy Day,” caused a massive stir sparking controversy after it was perceived as a song commending and supporting the NPP (New Patriotic Party) political party.
In response to the numerous speculations, Kuami Eugene clarified that he wasn’t aware of any endorsement and expressed displeasure with the song being attributed to a specific political party.
This incident brought up the potential effect and sensitivity of music in the context of political affiliations and people’s perspective in Ghana’s music industry.

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