Contentious Mr. Logic, a Ghanaian entertainment commentator and artiste management, believes that musician Kuami Eugene may be feeling insecure as a result of his support for the Broadcast Bill’s passing.
Increasing the amount of time that Ghanaian music is played on radio and television is the main objective of this measure. Kuami Eugene has joined the chorus of voices demanding the bill’s approval and encouraging cooperation among performers in this endeavor, despite the fact that it has drawn worries from a number of industry professionals.
According to Kuami Eugene, in order to lessen the predominance of foreign content in the nation, 70 percent of airtime ought to be devoted to Ghanaian music.
“Kuami should maintain his confidence because I believe he is a huge brand. People play his music and adore him. I feel insecure because he seems to be losing his hold on things,” Logic remarked.
Although he acknowledged Kuami Eugene’s point of view, the artiste management maintained that the law shouldn’t control what DJs play at parties.