Lynx Entertainment singer Kuami Eugene has characterized his form of music as “good music”.
In an interview on After Hours With Mikki Osei Berko on TV3, the “Confusion” hitmaker described his music as “good music”. zylofonmediaonline.com observed!
This comment was in response to a question as to why he switched genres from Gospel to Highlife. Eugene mentioned that he does “good music” and doesn’t see “himself as a gospel musician or a highlife musician” but rather he as a “good musician”.
Kuami Eugene started his musical career at the age of 16 as a gospel musician but he is now known as a Highlife musician. Up to date, no one knows the reason why he ditched the Gospel way to make secular music.
The singer during his days as a Gospel act was called Eugene Marfo but not anymore due to his new genre, Hiplife. He was also known as the “African Prince of Worship”.