Award winning highlife and Afro Pop Musician, Kuami Eugene has said he strongly believes he does not write ‘foolish’ songs.
The ‘Obiaato’ hitmaker who has in several interviews spoken about how difficult it was financially for his family when he was growing up said, he is always guided by his past when writing songs.
‘If you listen to my songs, you’ll realise I don’t produce foolish songs. It’s because of my background.’’ – He said
According to him, he was brought up by Christian parents who thought him to be morally upright. That is one of the reasons why he tries not to be too sexual in his songs and videos.
The Lynx entertainment signee said he writes songs that are intended to bring hope to people who may be going through similar issues as his family did.
He said this when he spoke to Akua Sika on Salt 95.9 FM in an interview.
The musician debunked assertions that because he no longer sings in church like he did when he was a kid, it meant he had shifted from his Christian morals.
According to him, he makes music that everyone can relate to. He added that before he releases a new song, he makes sure his mother listens and shares her thoughts on the content.
Kuami Eugene said he is motivated to write good songs because he wants to be remembered as a good musician who had good lyrical content that all ages could listen to.