Kuami Eugene Talks About His Relationship With God And How He Survived The Street

Once you get into secular music, it becomes hard if not totally impossible to still walk around calling yourself a Christian because people on this earth would make sure to remind you that, you would b sending people into the lake of fire with the kind of song you do.

Lynx Entertainment Signee Kuami Eugene says he is a different case because he is still very much in touch with the Supreme Being.

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According to the confusion hitmaker, there is no strain on his relationship with God although people from a distance would believe otherwise. He says he goes to church any other Sunday he is in Ghana and we believe him.

“I have not lost touch with God; I can never lose touch with Him. I have a great connection with God. I still sing in the house of God, I go to church every Sunday when I am in Ghana,” he told Showbiz.

“I am not really bothered when people say my relationship with God is strained. I know myself and I know the relationship I have with God. He is my number one.

“But I have come to understand that some people say things just to feel good about themselves and make others look bad. For me, the best thing is to wish each other well or if you have anything to say, just know the truth before you talk,” he said.

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He added that he did not have life on a platter of gold because he’s had his fair share of the hustle. He considers himself a street boy.

“I mean people think I just started, I have come a long way. I used to run from school, go to places and learn how to play instruments like the guitar and the keyboard.

“I had to learn how to produce my works myself because the funds were just not there for me to pay a producer, work on my vocals, be trained by a choirmaster etc.

So now, it looks like I just became associated with music but I have worked behind the scenes for a long time, I have done my homework.

“I do songs and people think they’re too mature for a young guy like me but what they do not know is that, I have taken time to listen to great musicians like Awura Ama Badu, J.A Adofo, Knii Lante, Adane Best, Kojo Antwi among others for a long time that when I am in the Highlife mood, it just flows.

“I have been through a process, it didn’t come on a silver platter. I am from the streets so it was tough for me but God has been faithful.”




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