Ghanaian highlife sensation Kuami Eugene has appealed to Tiktok users who are typically seen rocking to other nations’ music to record more videos with Ghanaian tunes.
Most social media stars, particularly on Tiktok, are not commonly seen utilizing Ghanaian music or participating in song challenges from Ghanaian artists, according to the ‘Rockstar.’
“Our elderly folks did their best with highlife, the fact that we have a genre called Highlife that was preserved by our older folks, we shouldn’t criticize them for their contribution, it is our responsibility to continue on the heritage,” he stated on Starr Drive with Foster Aggor. We now have a social media market; we use Tiktok and Snapchat these days; our focus should be on enticing people to use Ghanaian music on Tiktok and Snapchat.”
“So much is expected of us from the next generation,” he said, “and we should make no excuses if we fail.” As Ghanaians, we should prioritize living the high life.”
Kuami Eugene graces us with this self-produced potential smash song titled “Bunker” ahead of his upcoming EP titled “Afro Highlife.”