Kuami Eugene, whose genuine name is Eugene Kwame Marfo, has raised a stunning argument that his included feature on Keche’s 2020 mega banger track “No Dulling”, was in actuality his thought and idea.
Kuami Eugene made this disclosure known to the 3Music staff of Culture Daily.
The ‘Artiste of the Year’ at the 2020 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards was having a discussing about the upsides and downsides of being endorsed to a record company as opposed to being an independent musician.
He conceded to the fact that an artiste signed under a record label management has restricted imaginative command over his work, particularly as far as the sum and sort of songs he might desire to release, but then also opined that there are times when he can do all that he deems.
When requested to name one of the times he did as he pleased as a record label artiste, he did as such.
The artiste, by aiming to demonstrate his level of artistic freedom and privilege, said “OK, Let me say this about’No Dulling’. The label was very mad with ‘No Dulling’. They’ll kill me if I say it.”
“They very mad with ‘No Dulling’ because ‘No Dulling’ was my song. The chorus and everything was done and when Keche came, I just made them do their verses and within a week, boom, the song was out there,” he unveiled.
The label executives said, “You are really stubborn,” he held his ear as he expressed himself.
“That song was a really good one,” Lerny Lomotey remarked.
“That iss a jam!” C-Genuine expressed.
At the point when MzGee voiced, “It became like the rebirth of Keche,” her previously mentioned associate presenters concurred however Kuami answered, “I have no idea about that.”
“Herh, that song! You kill am,” Jay Foley, at the top of the table duly noted but expressly commented.
In the midst of the commendations, Kuami Eugene nicknamed Rock Star, continued to say, “They [Lynx Entertainment] were very upset.”
They had expected that he’d reserve the rights of the track to be released under Lynx Entertainment.
Keche won both the ‘Group of the Year’ and ‘Hiplife Song of the Year’ awards at the 2021 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs) for the song ‘No Dulling’.