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‘Our Show At The O2 Indigo Had A Positive Impact On My Career’

Award-winning Ghanaian musician, Eugene Marfo who is widely known as Kuami Eugene has revealed the positive impact that the show he and his label partner, Dennis Nana Dwamena who is widely known as KiDi has on his career.

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Weeks ago, the two young musicians get jaws dropped with an epic show in London. The show was held precisely at the O2 Indigo and it was a sold-out concert. Aside from the two young acts, renowned musicians like Sarkodie and Stonebwoy also passed through to perform.

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Kuami Eugene revisited the show in a recent interview he had and according to him, the show has really helped him. He had the interview on Hitz FM and in his submission, he said;

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“During our show at the O2 Indigo, I was required to wear tags even though it was our event. Our show at the O2 Indigo had a positive impact on my career. It increased my numbers exponentially.”

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