I’d have been a farmer if not music – Kuami Eugene

Ghanaian musician, Kuami Eugene, says he would have been embarking on a farming project if not he found fame as a musician.

As a farmer, the Lynx Entertainment recording artiste known in private life as, Eugene Kwame Marfo, said he would take delight in providing people with food.

Speaking in an exclusive interview with Metro TV’s Nana Yaa Tanoah Boakye on Playlist on Friday, May 28, 2021, the ‘Open Gate’ crooner mentioned he won’t rule out an opportunity to take up any political position.

“I’d have been a farmer or try and find a government position. I’m just that person I just love to have the qualities and abilities of a leader, I work towards that.”

“It’s always my job to put smiles on people’s faces so being a leader is an opportunity to help people. Being a farmer is also an opportunity to put food on the tables of people,” he said on Metro TV.

The controversial singer and composer added that “If not being a musician I would have been a politician or probably a farmer.”

But the 2020 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) Artiste of the Year indicated that music means everything to him.

“Music means everything to me. Occupation-wise, it means everything to me.  It means Kuami Eugene. That makes Kuami Eugene. Besides my music, I think I’d be a regular guy that you guys [media] won’t allow me to enter the studio. But you allow me to sit and chat with you because of my music,” he said.


By: Bernard Ralph Adams | Metrotvonline.com | Ghana

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