I want to retire at 35 years – Kuami Eugene reveals

In a recent candid interview with 3FM’s charismatic Giovani Calab, the Ghanaian Highlife sensation, Kuami Eugene, dropped a bombshell that has left fans across the globe in a state of awe and introspection. The talented musician, known for his melodious hits and enchanting stage presence, shared his contemplation about retiring from the music scene at the tender age of 35.

Kuami Eugene’s announcement comes as a shock to his legion of admirers, but it’s a decision grounded in profound foresight. He’s not merely hanging up his mic on a whim; rather, he’s been meticulously crafting an exit strategy. Part of this strategy involves channeling his artistic prowess into writing songs for fellow musicians, ensuring that his musical legacy endures long after he steps away from the limelight.

The music industry is no stranger to artists who have retired only to return later. However, Kuami Eugene’s approach to retiring is unique. He’s using this time to put his affairs in order and ensure a seamless transition.

The countdown has begun, and music enthusiasts can only hope that the next few years bring us more unforgettable melodies from Kuami Eugene, as he is currently promoting his newly released “Love and Chaos” album