A joint EP from beloved singers and label mates KiDi and Kuami Eugene, is to be expected in coming months, if Kuami Eugene’s statement on radio on the morning of Wednesday November 14 is anything to go by.
The Lynx performer revealed this during an interview on Hitz FM’s breakfast show, Daybreak Hitz, where he had gone to promote his December 018 debut album, “Rockstar. Responding to broadcaster Andy Dosty’s question on why KiDi is absent from the project (for which a listening session has been scheduled for the Cockpit Bar in Accra tonight), Eugene explained that he left KiDi out of the project because they are reading a joint EP soon.
Eugene also described KiDi as the best male vocalist in the country currently, quipping that were KiDi on “Rockstar,” he would have been a “disturbance.”
Consisting 13 records, “Rockstar” features a single guest appearance: SarkCess music rapper, Sarkodie. It also features his ubiquitous singles including “Wish Me Well,” and the recently-released “Walaahi.”
Little else is known about the joint EP, even though Eugene implied strongly that the work is all but ready. The work is one to be especially looked forward to, seeing that both men’s offerings have been a staple on Ghanaian airwaves, and boasting of millions of views and streams across online music platforms. Current VGMA holders, KiDi and Kuami Eugene remain strong favorites for the coveted VGMA Artist of the Year prize next year.