Lynx Entertainment signee, Kuami Eugene revealed a few months ago about an upcoming extended play he has been working. As Afro Highlife is almost ready to share with the world, the singer has dropped the tracklist on the EP.
Interestingly, he produced all the songs by himself and joined forces with the CEO of his label, Richie Mensah, Afro Harmony and George Darko to produce the last on the list. The tracks are Fire Fire, Bunker, Shake, Demi-God and Tena Fie.
As of now, the highlife singer has two albums to his credit. They are Rockstar and the 2020’s Son of Africa.
Exactly two days ago, Eugene revealed that he is embarking on a media tour at Kumasi. Alongside, there is going to be a private listening for Afro Highlife. This comes on Wednesday, November 10, 2021, through Sunday, November 14, 2021.
“Bless Up Kumasi. Thank Y’all For Holding Me Down From Day One. !!! I Appreciate The Love And Support. I’m Coming So We Launch The #AfroHighLife EP Together 🙅🏾♂️.
And Then We Party 🎉.” He stated.
Kuami Eugene on top of his game now has been given much credit for representing Highlife. The Genre is Ghana made, it’s the identity of the country. While music is dynamic, the new breed of musicians prefers the world known and modern genres. However, Rockstar and a few others held onto it with their swag and artistry to give it an uplift.
Incredibly, that came with a reward. During the 20th edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, the legendary Highlife musician, Amakye Dede, crowned Eugene as his successor. Besides, Okyeame Kwame, one of the respected icons in the industry never jokes with the potentials of the 24-year-old Fadama star.