Popular and upcoming Ghanaian musician, Mr Drew has made a controversial and unlikely statement concerning his music counterpart, Kuami Eugene. Mr. Drew who's real name is Andrews Commey Otoo is known to be one of the finest and most decorated up and coming musicians in the country. Having had his best year in 2020, Ghanaians especially his fans are hoping that Mr Drew will receive a number of awards at the upcoming Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.
The talent and hardwork of Mr Drew cannot be written off as he has already received several nominations in the upcoming VGMA. The young and highly talented afrobeat and highlife singer recently caught the attention of Ghanaians after he was accused of remaking the song of another musician from Nigeria. This allegations got many Ghanaians talking about him for days. Well, Mr Drew has made a crucial statement concerning this issue.
According to Mr Drew, he is not as professional as Kuami Eugene when it comes to remaking (stealing) other people's songs. He made this crucial statement while speaking in an interview with Abeiku Santana at Okay FM, stating that he only made a cover of the song he was accused of stealing. “But compared to me, Kuami Eugene is better at stealing the songs of other people” he clearly stated. Share your thoughts on this.
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