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Analyzing Kuami Eugene’s performance on airplay for the period spanning January to  December 2019 according to Ghud music’s broadcast monitoring service, Kuami Eugene had an exciting year.

Kuami Eugene 2018 release “Wish Me Well” still enjoyed massive airplay for the first quarter of the year.

Probably a reason for not releasing a single within the first quarter.

Other chart-topping songs that featured Kuami Eugene made Kuami Eugene relevant for the 2nd quarter of the year till the release of “Ohemaa” was in June 2019.

“Ohemaa” entered the Ghud Music top ten charts for the week ending June 27th, 2019 at the 3rd position and made its way straight to the top of the charts during the week ending July 4th, 2019.

Due to massive airplay, “Ohemaa” was consistently on the Ghud music top ten charts and urban chart for months.

“Obiaato” was then released in October 2019 which made its way straight to the 2nd position of the Ghud Music charts for the week ending October 31, 2019.

“Obiaato” impressively stayed within the top 6 positions on the charts from release till the end of the year 2019. There were many new music releases during that period but “Obiaato” was still receiving massive airplay nationwide.

Congrats to Kuami Eugene  and the entire lynx family for winning the 

  • Artiste of the year.
  • High-life artiste of the year.

A lot of hard work was put into putting together such chart-topping releases for 2019.

Analytics is based on known works of the artiste in our Ghud Music database and not the artiste’s entire catalog.

This information was collected from the Ghud Music Database used in monitoring and analyzing airplay of Ghanaian record signed artistes from radio stations in all regions across Ghana. Ghud music has been monitoring radio airplay stats since 2018.

Source: Ghud Music Analytics Team.


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