Ghanaian highlife musician, Kuami Eugene, has opened up on his relationship status.

The artiste says he was in a toxic relationship previously but is now single and ready to mingle.

The ‘Take Away’ singer, who was on set shooting the video to his latest record ‘Single’, made this known to Joy Prime’s entertainment journalist, IB.

According to the Lynx signee, his status at the time came of use in the recording of his latest song ‘Single‘.

“I have been that guy that puts my emotions and everything in my music from ‘Wish Me Well’ to ‘Obiaa To’ to ‘Open Gate’, the things that I have been through, what I am going through, anything that moves me and the message I want to share with the world and ‘Single’ is another one.

“I have been through it for some past months and I am still in the process of being the strong guy that I am but everything in life takes time so I am single for now,” he said.

The ‘Angela’ crooner told his fans and the world that he is not brokenhearted.

“This is actually not a broken heart, it’s about me being single for now because I was in a toxic relationship, I am no more in that relationship and that makes me single for now.”

Asked if that ordeal has affected his music in any way, Kuami Eugene responded in the negative.


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“This has actually strengthened me, it helped with the song because I got my emotions in this and I think you should all check it out.”

Kuami Eugene released his record “Single” on November 3.

The song has enjoyed airplay with the video chalking 2.1 million views on YouTube alone.