"My Songs Are Used In Church For Choreography" — Kuami Eugene Brags

Kuami Eugene

When you come to Ghana, you won’t be surprised to hear some of the popular secular songs being played in most modern churches.
Some of the founders and leaders of these churches claim they play the songs in the church because they want their members to dance actively just to burn some calories. 
However, the Lynx Entertainment signed uprising music sensation, Kuami Eugene has said his songs are also played in churches because his songs contain clean words.
According to him, when he is writing his songs, the most important thing he considers is to make sure his songs are clean without any “filthy” words.

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“I hardly say unnecessary things in my songs. You will hardly find filthy words in my music. My song “Wish Me Well” is used for choreography in churches,” Kuami Eugene told Franky5 during an interview on Hitz FM’s “This is Gospel “Show.
Source. GhanaCelebrities.Com

Nana Asempa

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