In a surprising and heartwarming turn of events, high-life and Afrobeat sensation Kuami Eugene showcased a different facet of his musical prowess as he led worship praises at the 40th-anniversary celebration of the renowned gospel duo, Tagoe Sisters.
The unexpected yet soul-stirring performance left attendees in awe, proving that Eugene is not only a master of catchy beats but also has a captivating ability to lead worship.
The event, dubbed “Tagoe Sisters @40,” took place at the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC) and drew a large crowd, including ministers of God, music industry players, and music aficionados from all walks of life.
Kuami Eugene, who is known for his hit songs such as “Angela,” “Wish Me Well,” and “Open Gate,” surprised the audience when he took to the stage to lead worship praises.
In a video which was captured by Ghanaian Blogger, King Bygone, Kuami Eugene is seen singing a number of gospel songs, including “Agya Me Wo Mmrane by Rev. Kusi Berko,” and many more.
The Tagoe Sisters, celebrated for their powerful and soulful gospel music, marked four decades of spreading joy and inspiration through their melodies. To honor this significant milestone, Kuami Eugene stepped out of his familiar genre and embraced the spirit of worship, delivering a performance that resonated with the hearts of those present.
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