In a video seen by pulse.com.gh, the singer said: “the speed at which Ghanaians declare a musician’s career is dead, is just too quick and too sad and sometimes very sorrowful”.
The “Angela” hitmaker recounted how he was once told at a restaurant that the likes of Pappy Kojo, Bisa Kdei, Edem and Ofori Ampongsah now have ‘dead careers’ therefore there’s no need to play their songs.
Speaking on Accra FM, Eugene said he was heartbroken when he was told so because the the same person who said so was playing old songs of P Square and Timaya and he was wondering why the person didn’t say those Nigerian acts too have a dead career.
According to the 22-year-old singer, if Ghanaians continues that way it means they will forcefully retire him when he nears age 25 and that will make life hard for him. Hear more form him in the video below.