HIGHLIFE artiste, Kuami Eugene is not only winning the hearts of the ladies but that of the men too as his senior colleague, Lucky Mensah says the Angela hitmaker is his favourite artiste.
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According to Lucky Mensah, he has been following Kuami Eugene since he burst onto the scene and he can say without any doubt that he is the best highlife artiste at the moment.
For him he has a soft spot for a musician who is pushing Highlife music hence his preference for Kuami Eugene who he says is pushing the authentic Ghanaian genre to the fullest.
“I personally love Kuami Eugene, I love his music and his voice. He is very good and I am actually working on a collaboration with him,” he said.
Lucky said he is very positive the song will be an instant hit. “It’s like combining two great artistes for a collaboration. One should expect nothing but the best from us.”
On whether he likes the state of our music industry currently, Lucky Mensah, who is known for songs like I Miss You, Agooji, Nkratuo among others said he likes the fact that musicians can nowadays make money on YouTube and other music outlets online.
“We had to struggle with the sale of CDs but the situation is different now as musicians can make a lot of money online,” he said.
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Delving into politics, Lucky said his public support of political parties affected his career to an extent as he had some challenges pushing his music.
But the plus for him is that he was able to prove a point that there is nothing wrong with a musician supporting a political party.
“Mzbel and some other musicians insulted me for supporting a political party but today we have musicians all over the place supporting political parties. I led the way for other celebrities to follow.
“Celebrities were initially afraid to show their faces as to which political parties they belong but now the likes of Kwabena Kwabena, Mzbel, A Plus, Agya Koo have all showed where their allegiance lies,” he said.