Don’t Discourage Kuami Eugene – Richie Mensah

Chief Executive Officer of Lynx Entertainment, Richard Mensah popularly known as Richie, is asking Ghanaians not to discourage Angela hitmaker, Kuami Eugene, as he seeks to grow his music career.

Kuami Eugene released his latest track, Confusion, on February 1, but has been accused of stealing the song from a Malian musician, Sidiki Diabaté’s 2016 song, Fais moi Confiance, which means trust me.

However, Richie tells Showbiz the criticisms are unfair to a young man who puts so much work into his music.

Kuami Eugene released his latest track, Confusion, on February 1, but has been accused of stealing the song from a Malian musician, Sidiki Diabaté’s 2016 song, Fais moi Confiance, which means trust me.

However, Richie tells Showbiz the criticisms are unfair to a young man who puts so much work into his music.

“Kuami Eugene is very good I must confess. He is very hardworking and does not play with his career, I know what I am talking about. He has passion and you can see music is all he’s got so for someone to say that, I think it is not fair.

“These things go a long way to affect the person’s credibility which he has worked on for a very long time. Now when you google his name, you will see tags of him accused of stealing someone’s song which is not good at all,” he said.

He urged Ghanaians to rally behind the guy and give him all the support he deserves because he is hardworking.

In a chat with Showbiz, Kuami Eugene said he drew inspiration not only from that song but from others too and stressed that he is a creative person who wouldn’t steal songs.

“I am a creative person. That is what people should know, I cannot go about