Highlife sensation Kumi Guitar have take a swipe at “Rockstar” Kuami Eugene. The Dream hit maker claims Kuami Eugene doesn’t sing original highlife tunes. Kuami Eugene on the other hand is know for as the highlife Prince, many have tipped him to take over from the veterans.
Kumi Guitar on his promotional tour about his new single, he claims most of Kuami Eugene songs are Afro which is very similar to the highlife beats. He said there must be some key Rhythm before a song can be classified as highlife.
Kuami Eugene have won Highlife artists of the year in the last four years with hit songs like “Angela”, “Obiaato” and many other highlife tunes. Despite his Highlife background, he also do some other music genres like Afrobeats, Afropop which are more danceable than regular highlife songs.
People claim that because of the number of genres Kuami Eugene can perform at, it is the reason Kumi Guitar doesn’t consider him as a highlife Musician.
Kuami Eugene himself have stated that, he is highlife Musician before any other genre and that, the Rhythm and Sounds are different from the olden days. He continued by saying, we cannot produce the same beats as in the past and new technology have come to improve things.
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