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Stonebwoy Finally Meets Agiecoat, Gifts Him A Car

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Stonebwoy Finally Meets Agiecoat, Gifts Him A Car

Ghanaian reggae dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy, and his number one fan, Ayisha Modi, has gifted a brand new Toyota Corolla to popular producer who was behind most hit songs in Ghana years back, Agiecoat. 

His biological name is known as, Nana Ansah Mensah and has worked with majority of artiste in the creative arts industry. In a video sighted by fredericknuetei.com, on Zionfelix Instagram page, Stonebwoy together with his number one fan were seen presenting the car to Agiecoat who according to Stonebwoy has really helped majority of artiste. 

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In the presentation, Stonebwoy had this to stay: “l have heard his name several time but l have not seen him before, the time that we were coming up and underground when we hear their name, we know that when they hold us we can also breakthrough. Little did they know that the system would change to mp3 etc. 

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God being so good, we also used the little we had and opportunities that we got up to this point”. He further stated that, most of these industry players who have helped some of them are not really in good shape so if there is any help, they can come together to help these people because he is not the only one he has helped though. 

“We have to do this though things are tight due to coronavirus. With the help of myself, Ayisha Modi and Livingston Foundation if our father is riding in this big car he would remember his son whom he started working with and through that he would be blessed”. Please listen to him in the video below. 

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“You Don’t Practice What You Preach” – Eddie Khae Replies Kuami Eugene In A New Video

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“You Don’t Practice What You Preach” - Eddie Khae Replies Kuami Eugene In A New Video

Ghanaian musician, Eddie Khae has reacted to Kuami Eugene’s laments on social media. 

In a recent video sighted by fredericknuetei.com, Kuami Eugene was heard lamenting about how his fellow musicians refuse to use their social media platforms to support each other’s projects. Some few hours later, his fellow colleague Eddie Khea has replied him in a new video. 

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According to him, what Kuami Eugene is saying is true but does he do it? He admitted that, its really nice when your fellow artiste will do a song and you will post it but songs that Kuami Eugene is on it, he does not post them. He further added that, he should not preach something he does not practice. “For that, you are being a hypocrite”. 

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Eddie Khae also mentioned that, the remix of “Do The Dance” featuring Kuami Eugene, he did not post it for people to even see it. Please listen to him in the video below. 

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“We Have Peace In The Industry But We Have No Love” – Kuami Eugene

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“We Have Peace In The Industry But We Have No Love” - Kuami Eugene

The singer, songwriter and record producer, Kuami Eugene isn’t happy about how the top stars in Ghana music industry have been ignoring the average and up and coming stars.

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In a live Facebook video streaming yesterday, he lamented about how his fellow musicians refuse to use their social media platforms to support each other’s projects. Kuami Eugene, who appeared on Sarkodie’s “Black Love” album but refused to share the project on his social media pages, is now furious about the same attitude he demonstrated.

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He isn’t the first person to lament about this issue. Last year, Wendy Shay expressed her disappointment about how some musicians refuse to support each other’s projects. What’s your take? Share your thoughts below. Please scroll down for the video as well.

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