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“Our show at the indigo o2 arena is an exhibition of growth”, KiDi and Kuami Eugene reveals

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Musicians Kuami Eugene and Kidi have expressed excitement at holding their own concert for the first time at the Indigo O2 Arena in the United Kingdom.

It has always been the wish of Ghanaians for our our artistes to be able to host concerts across world platforms like other African countries.

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Being their first major concert in 20220, the lynx entertainment signees could not hide their excitement but to share and also thank fans and loved ones for alway accepting and pushing the concert.

‘Dollar on You’ hitmaker Kuami Eugene told Doreen Avio in exclusive interview that performing alongside his colleague signee Kidi at the Indigo 02 is one that is special to them adding that being able to hold a concert at the venue for him also means his music is being accepted by the world.

“We having our concert at the 02 Indigo is special, to be able to do that, it means you are being accepted somewhere and you are being loved, your music is actually being listened to as an artiste. To have this is what everybody is seeking for. That is what we are fighting for, to be listened to and to have the opportunity to have your tickets out there. This is the blessing every musician is asking for, so if we have it, we just just have to be thankful” He told Doreen Avio.

“Touch it” hitmake Kidi on the other hand also says for them to have their own concert at the O2 Indigo Arena In the UK shows growth in their musical Career adding that it is a step to promote Ghanaian music.

“It just shows growth. Like we have said, gone are the days in 2017, when i mount a stage to perform, I had only two songs, ‘Say you love’ and ‘Odo’. When i perform ‘Say you love me’ half, then we will restart again and it becomes two songs. When it gets to ‘Odo’ then i will play “Odo” Reggae, Odo Hip Pop but right now we can be on stage for one hour and to come together and put Ghana out. This is the time, we all keep saying that Ghanaians lets do this, Lets do that and we are making a step towards positivity, a step towards promoting Ghana and showing that Ghana boys, we no sleep, we are here to work with and to perform. For somebody to take their hard earned money to go and buy tickets, wear your Jackets, leave your houses, bring your whole family is a blessing. I am excited and if you talk to my team, I’m pumped for this show.” He said told Doreen Avio.

The purpose of the event is to bring their UK followers and fans across the world together on one platform to have fun and dance to their favourite songs from both artistes and others who will support them on the day. Kidi & Kuami Eugene concert will take place at the Indigo O2 Arena on 6th of March 2022 in London.

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Akwaaba Festival 2022 Soon – DailyGuide Network

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Akwaaba Festival, an event being organised to promote Ghanaian cultural heritage through the exhibition of textiles, music, food bazaar, among others, will take place from August 4 to 6 at the National Theatre in Accra.

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The three-day festival, according to the organisers, will showcase various aspects of the Ghanaian culture, as well as tourist sites in the country.

It will also give opportunity to participants to exhibit their products to promote trade, exposure and relationships.

The festival will also support the government’s efforts in revamping the arts, culture and entertainment industry, and assist the promotion of tourism business, while deepening confidence in made-in-Ghana products.

It will also feature performances of cultural groups, a fashion show dubbed, ‘Wear Ghana Fashion show’, highlife music performances, and Miss Akwaaba ‘22 pageant show.

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Exhibitors will be provided with tents at a fee to showcase paintings, woodworks, artifacts, beads, drums, clothes, as well as food and beverages.

This was made known by the organisers at the official launch, which was attended by a number of personalities from the creative industry.

Some of the creative arts industry personalities who graced the launch and were also unveiled as brand ambassadors included Gyedu Blay Ambolley, Joyce Akumaa Dongotey-Padi, popularly known as Akumaa Mama Zimbi, and Patricia Bani.

 

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Hiplife/afrobeat artiste and songwriter, Eugene Kwame Marfo, known on stage as Kuami Eugene, has revealed he was expecting to win the Highlife Artiste of the Year and Collaboration of the Year awards at the 2022 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.

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According to him, he was featured on many songs which were hits in the year under review, therefore was expecting at least one of the songs to win the Collaboration of the Year.

“It wasn’t even my songs. These were songs that I was featured on. Look at the songs that I was featured on, from ‘Yeeko’ to ‘Biibi Besi’ toAbodie’, and none of those songs had an award. But then, again, it’s VGMA, and we have limited power when it comes to VGMA,” he told   Hitz FM in an interview.

For the Highlife Artiste of the Year category, Kuami Eugene explained that in the year under review, he had embarked on a journey of championing highlife music.

“I have been championing highlife for some time now, but whoever took it also deserves it because they have also been working as well,” Kuami Eugene said.

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Despite not taking home an award on May 7, when the event was held, Kuami Eugene says he was not disappointed.

“I have never been disappointed. It’s like somebody saying, ‘I want to loan you money’ and they wake up and say ‘I don’t think I can loan you my money anymore.’ Somebody’s award, if he says I will give it to someone else, I can’t fault that person (sic),” the musician explained.

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