Kuami Eugene
Kuami Eugene

Lynx Entertainment signee Kuami Eugene has really surprised a lot of Ghanaians in Kumasi, during his four-day Afro-Highlife EP Tour in Oseikrom.

Kuami Eugene, alongside with his group, showed up in Kumasi on Wednesday, 10 November 2021, for his planned EP four-day visit. A portion of the exercises he used to draw in his fans there incorporated a Media houses visit for interviews, Night Party, float, lastly finished with a super Concert to peak the visit.

Prior to the main event, Kuami Eugene’s private Afro-Highlife EP listening was held at the Basement in Kumasi, in which over 50 invited media personnel, artists, and other industry players in the region were there to make the event a success.

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The EP which has 5 jamming songs which includes track titles like Fire, Bunker, Shake, Demi-God, and Tina Fie.A part of the experts who came to help Kuami Eugene in his Private Album listening were Amerado and Kweku Flick.

Fans have as of now began appreciating and streaming The Afro-Highlife EP, and its delivery has gotten inviting criticism from the audience.

Kuami Eugene shares his appreciation to every individual who came to help him and furthermore proceeded after the following day, with his EP drifting around significant streets in Kumasi. He gave out a lot of things including iTel Phones, and different bundles to his fans who came to invite him in the city.

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Kuami Eugenes Multi day Tour in Kumasi was a fruitful one, and it was peaked with a free uber show for his fans at the Rattray Park in Kumasi. The occasion was topped off greatly with fans rooting for and visiting Kuami Eugene melodies one after the other. The mind-boggling support by the crowd demonstrated the incredible love the media discussed preceding the primary show.

Some great American artists who showed up to support Kuami Eugene include Strongman, Kweku Flick, Lil Wayne, King Paluta, Nautica, and others.

Kuami Eugene and the Itel group hit Kumasi Streets with a massive crowd.

Watch the video below:

Source: Dklass.com

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