"I am an Evangelist" - Kuami Eugene
9 August 2021
Photo credit: Kuami Eugene/Instagram
By Naliaka Kitui
Ghanaian musician, Kuami Eugene has disclosed that he sees himself as an evangelist disseminating good morals. He believes that compared to other channels, music is a more effective approach to evangelism.
During an interview with Rev. Albert Ocran, on Your Virtual University on Joy FM, Kuami said, “I think deeply about my lyrics. Every music I put out there has a message. There are people from all walks of life who listen to me, young and old. So I must impact them positively.”
According to Kuami Eugene, he became aware from a young age that he had musical talent and he wanted to pursue music as a career. In his words, “Music has always been my life. I play the bass guitar, drums, keyboard, the harmonica, and a bit of flute.”
He further revealed that he first became aware of his talents during an inter-church music competition during which he impressed the audience who jammed the stage, causing the stage to collapse.
The 2021 VGMA Highlife Artiste of the Year also sent out some encouraging words. He said; “If your dream seems to be tarrying, be patient. Never stop working toward it. Start, and keep pushing; God is on your side.”