What is your problem? - Kuami Eugene to Ghanaians who tag Bisa Kdei, Ofori Amponsah as spent forces



Kuami Eugene has reprimanded Ghanaians to cease from labeling musicians who used to be popular in the music scenes but are at this moment unable to produce hit songs as spent forces.
He then questioned why Ghanaians too-soon withdraw some musicians. 

The ‘Angela’ hitmaker noticed that most restaurants, and other publications fail to play songs of such artistes because they see them as not being contemporaneous.

Kuami Eugene reported as sad the speed at which some musicians are relegated to the background. 

He cited an example where he went to a restaurant and requested the owners to play Ofori Amponsah, Bisa Kdei, Pappy Kojo, and Edem’s songs instead of Nigerian songs but was told the names he mentioned were spent forces.
Speaking with Nana Romeo on Accra FM’s ‘Ayekoo Ayekoo’, Kuami Eugene said: 

“You will get Ghanaians who will say Pappy Kojo, Ofori Amponsah, Bisa K’dei and Edem are spent forces; what are you saying? I hear some of these songs and it’s very sad. I went to one of the restaurants and they were playing Nigerian songs from musicians such as P-Square, 2-Face, and Timaya. When I asked them to play the above named Ghanaian musicians songs, they told me straight forward that they are spent forces; can you believe? I was so surprised to hear that, so, we cannot promote our own artistes in our country? Seriously, I was so wound that day”. 

“How do I send money to my parents if I’m seen as a spent force in five to seven years to come? Pappy Kojo is way young, he’s younger than P-Square, Timaya; Ghanaians should stop labeling them” as spent forces.

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