Experienced Ghanaian musician Guru NKZ is pointing out some important issues in the local music industry which Kuami Eugene needs to take notice of if he really wants to be around for long.
According to Guru who has been doing this music thingy for 13 years, Kuami Eugene needs to understand that Ghana’s music industry is a hard one…which connotes that the higher and widespread your fame, the shorter and fleeting is your relevance.
This honest opinion form the “Lapaz Toyota” hitmaker comes on the back of report indicating that Kuamu Eugene has refused to collaborate on a song with Guru because he feels his manager Richie Mensah was disrespected.
This, Guru believes is a good sign of a promising artist who is poised to defend his manager and ensure that the right thing is done. However, Guru believes Kuami Eugene should be thinking of staying relevant for long because there will be “new lords.”
Also, per the analogy of Guru, the “Open Gate” hitmaker will not be with Lynx Entertainment Record Label forever thus what lies ahead of him is huge. Therefore, just like many artists who have come and gone, Kuami Eugene should be thinking of humbling himself and staying relevant as long as he could.
He wrote the following note on Facebook…
- Lapaz Toyota
- Meba be Tia Wo ft Lilwin
- Samba ft Singlet
- Obaa Jackie Chan
- Pooley SwagKpa Kpa Movement
- Nkwaada Nkwaada ft Dobble
Guru is still relevant but not as widespread as it used to be. Thus, he has cautioned Kuami Eugene to think about the future and ensure that his relevance transcends 13 years.