Kuami Eugene has warned that he won’t countenance criticisms from laymen as regards his craft this year during a fresh interview with NY DJ.
The Lynx Entertainment signed act who happens to be one of the most sought-after artistes of the present dispensation, said that only experts have the right to subject his creativity to critique.
“Sometimes people don’t understand music. I don’t get why someone who is a doctor and not a musician would get so mad about somebody’s music. We don’t complain about your prescriptions because that is not my field,” he said.
He added that there is even a beautician who appears on a radio show to analyze people’s music.
“People are so opinionated that they want to share their opinions about everything, even if they don’t have anything to say. I’ve seen a beautician sitting on a music show as a pundit before. She is just popular, so she gets on the show, and she is asked what she thinks about people’s songs,” he fumed.
In a related development, K Songstress recently profusely extended her heartfelt appreciation to the Kuame (Rockstar) Eugene for going out of his way to promote her trending Jonathan song.
The singer, songwriter and Dancehall specialist got interactive with Graphic Showbiz where she spoke about how well the song is doing on digital platforms and Africa’s most populous country Nigeria.
Beyond that, she thanked Kuami Eugene for asking Ghanaians to rally behind her new single because the song is huge.
AK Songstress said, “There is room for good music in Nigeria and if your music ‘blows’ there, it’s a big plus. They have the numbers so it is not easy standing out of the lot and I believe you can only stand out when your sound is good. Africa listens to Nigeria so I am happy that my song is big there.”
Having gotten the attention in Nigeria, AK Songstress is hopeful that Jonathan will catch on in Ghana too. “It is my belief that it will catch on in Ghana as well. In fact, gradually it is and I am thankful. I want to use this medium to thank Kuami Eugene for the support.
“I don’t know why he did what he did but my manager sent me a post that Kuami Eugene had posted on his social media pages asking Ghanaians to support me and I am grateful to him and everyone supporting me.”