'Money changed me but the church made me' - Kuami Eugene


Eugene Marfo also known at the showbiz
scene as Kuami Eugene says ‘money changed him’.

Eugene whose interest music had led him to sing in the church from a very young age where he also learnt how to play the drum, keyboard guitar has now become one among the best highlife singers of this new age and being celebrated by many both home and abroad.


Kuami Eugene playing the drums in the
church at a younger age

Kwami Eugene was a contestant in the
season 5 of the reality competition show MTN Hitmaker in Ghana in 2016, where he finished third overall was signed shortly
afterwards to Lynx Entertainment owned by popular musician and producer Richie has gone on to release several singles which are mostly inspirational and about love.

With over two million followers on social media, the singer finds time to share motivation messages and sometimes talks about the greatness of God with his followers and listeners. 

Despite not rising  to fame with a gospel song just as he thought in the beginning of his musical career, Kuami has  featured  and headlined major shows both local and international and can be considered as one of the few  successful new school singer and enjoying from it, he admits and always says that “money changed me, but the church made me”.

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