Ghanaian entertainment analyst, Mr. Logic, believes that Kuami Eugene may be feeling insecure as a result of his support for the Broadcast Bill.
This bill’s main objective is to increase Ghanaian music’s radio and television airplay. Though some in the business have expressed reservations, Kuami Eugene has added his voice to the chorus, demanding that the bill be approved and urging entertainers to work together in this endeavor.
According to Kuami Eugene, in order to lessen the predominance of foreign content in the nation, 70 percent of airtime ought to be devoted to Ghanaian music.
However, Mr. Logic claimed in an interview monitored by 1Family Radio that even though the bill is sound, Kuami Eugene shouldn’t have supported it given his reputation.
“I think Kuami is a huge brand; he should stay confident. People love him and play his songs. He feels like he is losing his grip; it’s a feeling of insecurity for me,” he noted.
Although he acknowledged Kuami Eugene’s point of view, the artist manager maintained that the musician shouldn’t control what DJs play at gatherings.
“We can have the agenda to play Ghana music, but then coming from a huge artist like Kuami Eugene is something else,” he said.
He emphasized that rather than depending just on Bill’s passing, musicians should interact with DJs to promote their music.