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How Kuami Eugene turned Conan O’Brien into an Afrobeat star on; For Love

It was filled with lots of funny moments and a great exhibition of craft.

You might have chanced upon a vibely audiovisual of ‘Rockstar’ Kuami Eugene and celebrated American comedian and TV show host, Conan O’Brien collaborating on ‘For Love’, but have you ever thought of how the linkup started?

Exclusive to Ghanamusic.com, Kuami Eugene has revelaed the genesis of what could be tagged as one of the most hilarious and danceable tunes amidst this Year of Return euphoria.

He explained, “Conan and his team were coming to Ghana and reached out to my label, Lynx Entertainment, to feature me on the show “.

On the actual recording processes involved he retorted, “How we got him to come all the way to our studio to record was put together by my management”.

He further admitted targetting a global audience with the entire idea, concept and structure of the audio and video of “For Love” and it seems to be paying off as millions of followers of Conan are daily getting to know of the fine talent of the Lynx Entertainment artiste. The exposure is undeniably huge.

“Recording with Conan was one of the happiest moments in 2019. He’s fun, he enjoys what he does yet you can tell he’s talented”, Kuami emphasized.

He finally summarised the entire experience to be filled with lots of funny moments, a great exhibition of craft and an atmosphere of many amazing people.

The outfit of the admirable talent is preparing to organise a Lynx Christmas event where all the signees get to treat fans with the best of performances from their camp. Anticipate!

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Emmanuel Ghansah, Ghana Music

Singer, Songwriter, scriptwriter, blogger, lover of the creative arts, brands and communications expert.

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