Information reaching starclickgh.com has it that Kuami Eugene is not happy about some politically-induced lines in “Happy Day”, a song by Sarkodie that he recently featured on.
In the song, Sarkodie mentions that if in the past he talked about erratic electricity supply (dumsor) and inflation but now his children’s are coming to enjoy Free Senior High School policy rolled out by the NPP, then Nana deserves another four (4) years.
At the end of the song, he also mentions a popular slogan of the New Patriotic Party: “the battle is the Lord’s.”
Kuami Eugene, who laced some catchy melodies for the song is being roped into the political agenda, with some suggesting that his presence on the song is a subtle endorsement of the President Nana Akufo-Addo and his New Patriotic Party (NPP).
Meanwhile, grapevine information has it that during the song-making process, Sarkodie sent only the first verse to Kuami Eugene. The verse that has his endorsement for Nana Addo was not part of the work that was sent to him.
He only got to know it when he was invited on set to shoot the video.
Kuami Eugene told MzGee on 3FM that Sarkodie told him and his team the song was an inspirational one.
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“Sarkodie only sent me the first verse of his rap which did not contain the endorsement for Nana Addo to aid me to do the chorus. It was only at the video shoot that we got to know of the second verse, we confronted Sarkodie’s management, and they denied. I am uncomfortable, I still don’t know Sarkodie’s motive for the song. It will have an effect on my career, I wasn’t ready to vouch for any political party openly….it will not end here,” Kuami Eugene said.
But why is it that upon noticing what Sarkodie had done, Kuami went ahead to shoot the video and give assent to the release of the track?
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