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“Our Concert At The Indigo O2 Means We Have Been Embraced By The World”-Kuami Eugene

Lynx Entertainment signed artist, Eugene Kwame Marfo, affectionately known as Kuami Eugene has revealed that the upcoming concert at the Indigo O2 headlined by himself and his colleague, Kidi means they have been accepted by the world musically.

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Speaking in an interview with Doreen Avio, Kuami Eugene stated that he feels excited and intrigued to headline the concert with his brother at the Indigo O2.

He stated that this has been what they have been fighting for as musicians, to have people buy their tickets and come and enjoy their songs.

“It’s special because to be able to do that, it means you have been accepted somewhere, you are being loved and your music is actually listened to and as an artist to have this, is what everybody is seeking for,” he said.

That is what we are all fighting for. To be listened to and to have the opportunity to put your tickets out there for people to buy and enjoy. This is a blessing every musician is seeking for. I’m super excited about this,” he added.

As a reminder, Kuami Eugene and Kidi will be performing at the Indigo at the O2 Arena in London on 6th March 2022. 

In other news, Ghanaian rapper, Michael Owusu Addo, well known as Sarkodie has reacted distressingly after the Ghana Black Stars lost 1-0 to the Atlas Lions of Morocco.

The Ghana Black Stars battled Morocco in Group C of the ongoing AFCON yesterday. Morocco defeated Ghana in the first Group C match of the 2022 Africa Cup of Nations thanks to a ruthless late goal from ex-Southampton striker Sofiane Boufal.

Ghana, a four-time AFCON champion, is seeking its fifth title in four decades, while Morocco is looking to end a 46-year unbeaten run.

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Source: CelebritiesbuzzGh | “Our Concert At The Indigo O2 Means We Have Been Embraced By The World”-Kuami Eugene