Lynx Entertainment signee, Kuami Eugene recently released his second studio album, Son Of Africa.
From where I sit, I can make mention of up to 10 Ghanaian musicians, including Sarkodie, who shared the album on their social media handles. However, it seems Kuami Eugene is not pleased with the number of acts who shared his album and by extension, his other works.
The reigning VGMA Artiste of the Year was seen in a Facebook live video yesterday, blasting his fellow artistes for not being supportive. He complained that his collegeues never share new projects of their fellows in the industry.
Moreover, he further justified his claims stating that his colleagues sometimes only share other’s new projects on their Story or they won’t even tag the owner of the project in their posts.
Meanwhile, shortly prior to this, Kuami Eugene made two posts on his Instagram, in which he put together a collection of new projects from other acts.
However, checking through his posts, it was evident he never really posted any musician’s new project, apart from the one just noted. There were, however, posts he shared about his label mate, Kidi’s new projects and a handful of others.
This is what led us to the conclusion that Kuami Eugene was just shamelessly hypocritical in his claims. A typical prove of this fact is that though his senior in the industry, Sarkodie shares his projects, Kuami never does so in return, not even when he was featured on Sarkodie’s BlackLove album. Thus, Kuami Eugene refused to share BlackLove, but Sarkodie still shared Son Of Africa.
Therefore, if Kuami Eugene never seemed to really share other’s projects, what moral right does he have now to blast them for not sharing his?
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