Kwame Eugene and Mother


Kuami Eugene recalls telling his mother when he was twenty-five that he would change their lives. However, the Highlife/Afrobeats performer gleefully stated that he had already fulfilled that pledge on Class 91.3 FM's Class Drive six years previously.

“I’ve always had goals and dreams. A specific level is what I ought to reach. I’ve thus devoted my entire life—as well as my time—to reaching that goal.


“I’m proud of myself, even though I’m still not there.” I mean, I used to promise my mother that by the time I was 25, I would have changed our lives and be a licensed driver. “I was 19 when I got it,” Eugene remarked.






“I’m proud of myself. I mean, besides God being on my side, I’ve tried as much as possible to acquire a lot of knowledge about what I am doing today.

“When I was in Fadama, I didn’t do a lot of partying or clubbing; I didn’t go out there to go and play and all. It was just learn, learn, and learn more. I had to learn how to produce, write, mix, master, and edit. I was learning everything that I could get my hands on.


“I think it’s paying off today,” he noted, stressing: “Besides God being on my side, that’s the reason why I’ve been able to come this far.” He ended.