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I wrote 80% of Mr Drew’s “Case”; he failed to credit me, and dropped it without my permission- Kuami Eugene

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Lynx Entertainment signee, Kuami Eugene has revealed that he wrote about eighty percent of Mr Drew’s hit song, “Case.”

According to the “Rockstar,” he wrote the hook and some part of the second verse.

“Mr Drew’s song, “Case” I wrote the hook, and some part of the second verse. I wrote like 80 percent of that song. In fact, before he came to record the song that hook and everything was already done, he heard it and sang it back. So, I do writing for other artists as well,” Kuami Eugene told Naana Donkor Arthur in an interview.

Kuami Eugene explains that despite writing what seems to be one of the biggest songs in Ghana right now, he has not gotten the needed credit, and it hurts that he has to use this platform to call Mr Drew out.

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“It’s quite unfortunate that this is the platform I have to send a message to Mr Drew to prompt him to do what he needs to do because the song is doing good. That hook is great. If I had sang it by myself, it would have still been a hit song because I wrote that song thinking about wish me well,” he lamented.

Read also: ‘Case’ Remix Is The Most Popular Song In Ghana Right Now – Mr Drew

Kuami Eugene also expressed his desire for the need for talents to be credited in the entertainment industry.

“He’s a brother. I wish we could appropriate where credit is due in the industry and give respect so we can move on as individuals,” he stated.

He continued; All I heard from him was like bro, the song, make we drop and that was when I was in America. That was when he texted to ask if we should drop the song but because of the time difference, I was asleep and when I woke up, he didn’t inform my manager or anything and the second person who was around when we recorded the song texted me later to inform me he (Drew) had dropped the song. I texted him (Drew) to ask and he left me on read.

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Backstory: Mr Drew gave Kuami Eugene credit on “Case”

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Mr Drew’s “Case” quickly gained attention upon its release, with some music lovers suggesting that it is a shade song to Ghanaian music producer and CEO of Highly Spiritual record label, Kaywa, who had previously worked with Mr Drew.

However, the crooner clarified during an interview with Naa Ashorkor and Cookie Tee on the New Day Show On TV3 that he did not make the song for his former boss.

According to him, he co-wrote the ‘Case’ song with his colleague singer, Kuami Eugene, about 3 years ago, adding that it was supposed to be released before his ‘Later’ song which featured Kelvyn Boy.

”Oh no, I don’t think I would be someone who will make a song for just 1 person. Funny enough the song is 3 years. Oh yeah, I wrote it 3 years ago. I actually wrote this song with Kuami Eugene and I was planning to release that instead of ‘Later’ featuring Kelvyn Boy. I was looking for a song to release and then I was going through the beat I had, so this is not the actual beat, it is a highlife song,” he stated

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Ghana: Wendy Shay crowned as Top Female Artist for the third time

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Boomplay Ghana’s user insights for 2023 are officially in and the streaming services’ listeners have spoken: Wendy Shay is again the undisputed Queen of Ghanaian music for the second time in a row. The RuffTown Records star clenched the position of Top Female Artist from Diana Hamilton and Gyakie, who came in at #2 and #3 respectively.

“I am so delighted to have topped this category two times in a row and for a third time,” Wendy Shay shared. “I want to say a big thank you to the fans; this is all them and I don’t take this moment for granted. It means the world to me. Trust me, 2024 will be an amazing year.”

Wendy Shay is not a newcomer to such triumphs. The sensational singer, whose streams on Boomplay sit at a whopping 63.8M, replicated this feat in 2020 and 2022, spotlighting her knack for industry-leading hits. The ‘Survivor’ hitmaker has been terrific since her debut in 2018. She has won multiple awards and nominations, breaking into Ghana’s Top 30 Influential Women in Music as per the 3Music Awards.

As the year draws to a close, music platforms worldwide are accustomed to publishing annual reports of their streaming analytics with fans and Boomplay is no exception. The latest from the platform, dubbed #BoomplayRecap2023, gave a peek into user insights and heralded big wins for the company. This year, the platform’s catalog increased to 120 million songs, with over 10 million artists and 7,500 content providers now a part of what continues to be Africa’s premier streaming platform.

If you’re a fan of Wendy Shay, don’t miss the opportunity to stream her latest song ‘Africa Money’ on all music stores here: https://onerpm.link/africa-money

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Fred Amugi shares early career struggles, recalls accepting roles for a GH₵20 payment

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Renowned Ghanaian actor Fred Amugi shared insights into his early struggles in the industry, recalling a time when he received a meager GH₵20 for a role. (more…)

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Stonebwoy to bring Dancehall superstar Jahmiel to BHIM Concert 2023 at Accra Sports Stadium

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International musician Jahmiel has been announced as the guest headline act for popular BHIM Concert, a Africa-caribbean music concert created by musician Stonebwoy. (more…)

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Black Sherif Shines atop as the most streamed Ghanaian artiste on Boomplay in 2023

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Ghanaian superstar, Black Sherif has once again been named the most streamed artiste for 2023 on the digital streaming platform, Boomplay. (more…)

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From Good Deeds to Grooves: Mr. Drew’s Seleey Concert Lights Up Mallam

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The third edition of Mr Drew’s annual event dubbed Seleey Concert was held last Saturday 25th November, 2023 at the Kokroko Station in Mallam.

 

The musical concert, which was put together by Big Lala Entertainment Ltd, attracted several thousands of avid music lovers from far and near Mallam-Gbawe.

 

Fameye, Bisa KDei, Kofi Mole, Lasmid, Sefa, Keche, Fancy Gadam, Olivetheboy, Krymi, Quamina MP, Kelvynboy and J Derobie were among the many artistes who graced the massive stage with never to be forgotten live performances at the concert, dropping back to back hits which kept the teeming crowd entertained. There were also eclectic dance performances by Incredible Zigi and his Afro Zig crew, the iTwinz and other notable dance groups.

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The man of the night, Mr Drew, also mounted the stage to give live renditions of his hit songs backed by the band masters and crowned it with an amazing delivery of his 2023 hit song Case with the help of the featured artiste; Mophty Legacy, which charged up the crowd for a great ending.

 

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On Friday 24th November, prior to the main event, Mr. Drew donated to the  New Gbawe Cluster of Public Schools as a social responsibility to give back to the society that raised him. Items donated include; bowls and spoons to aid in the school feeding programme, whiteboard markers, board cleaners, exercise books and stationery.  Refreshment was provided by ‘Yah!’ ice cream to over 1000 pupils. Boxes of Indomie noodles from Indomie Ghana were also donated to the school.

 

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A football match between the youth of Mallam and the Gbawe youth Alliance was played at the start of Saturday as part of the activities preceding the main event to foster unity amongst the youth and people of those communities.

 

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Video games were set up by the Canvic Records Esports teams, where young enthusiastic players took turns to battle each other for video game supremacy.  Other physical games were also available including snooker, table tennis and foosball.

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Yhaw Hero hits the ground running with debut EP “Yours Faithfully”

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After garnering so much attention and buzz, Ghanaian artist, Yhaw Hero has finally released his debut EP “Yours Faithfully”. The project is an open letter from the rapper to his fans, as he gives them more insight into his life and his thought process.

Before the EP dropped, fans got served ‘Bra Fie’ and ‘11 Six’. ‘Bra Fie’ was a song of assurance from Yhaw to his mom–who hadn’t seen her son in a while, that he would return once he’s made it on the streets. ‘11 Six’ on the other hand, is a song that delves into the struggles of the youth and the bad leadership that plagues our political space. It’s a song that serves as an advocacy and even a protest of the status quo.

The EP has seven songs and one feature from Nigerian star, Jeriq. It shines nonetheless, thanks to its nifty writing and production. “Yours Faithfully” has been gradually climbing the charts since its release with fans and critics already giving it a positive reception.

Yhaw Hero’s “Yours Faithfully” EP is available on all digital streaming platforms globally here: https://azuri.lnk.to/YoursFaithfully

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