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Highlife would have been dead if not for Kuami Eugene – Lucky Mensah

Whiles his crowning on stage as the future of highlife by Amakye Dede at the just ended Vodafone Ghana Music Awards received mixed reaction from industry players and the general public, ace highlife musician, Luck Mensah strongly believes Kuami Eugene is a saviour for keeping the highlife genre running.

Lucky Mensah, has stated that if not Lynx Entertainment signee, Kuami Eugene, the highlife genre would have been dead.


Speaking in an interview on Happy FM, the ‘Nkratuo’ singer said that “if not for Kuami Eugene and co, like Ghanaian highlife would have been dead in the system.”

According to Lucky Mensah, he has been following Kuami Eugene since he burst onto the scenes and he can say without any doubt that he is the best highlife artiste at the moment.



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