Watch Kuami Eugene explain his music lyrics to “Most High” singer, Semah Weifur in the most adorable manner

This is Ghanaian music superstar, Eugene Marfo popularly known by his showbiz name, Kuami Eugene.

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S W E R V E 🥳 💙💙💙💙💙💙

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He is such a heartthrob and dearly loved for his songs including ‘Angela’, ‘No More’, ‘Wish Me Well’ and other club bangers.

Kuami was recently in Liberia for a music concert and the highlife /Afrobeats songwriter made a new friend in the person of blind Liberian singer, Semah Weifur who is well-known for his verse on Flavour’s ‘Most High’

“Just Got Myself a New Friend In Liberia 🇱🇷 @semahgweifur . #TogetherHigherWeGo🙌🏾” the award-winning singer wrote on Instagram.

In the video, the duo can be seen interacting about the latter’s music. Weifur admitted to being a fan of Eugene and enquired about the lyrics of his song ‘No More’ which got him translating.

“I love that one, I love No more” Semah said in the video which has since gone viral and attracted several beautiful comments from colleague musicians and fans alike.

It’s so adorable to watch we’ve watched it a dozen times already.

Take a look, it’s probably the most adorable thing you’ll see on the internet today

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