New Video: Kuami Eugene References Biblical Story Of Joseph In ‘Obiaato’



Singer Kuami Eugene has released a new song titled ‘Obiaato’ meaning everybody sings.

The artiste, in the song, thanked Almighty God for His gifts.

He tells critics that his musical talent comes from God but if they (critics) feel they own his talent, they can come for it.

He also preaches, forgiveness, togetherness and love.

Kuami Eugene states that the God-given musical talent has granted him the opportunity to create songs for everybody to enjoy and sing along to.

The video, released on October 25, also has a bible reference.

The video is set in a place where Kuami Eugene works on a plantation with other people.

The wife of the plantation owner saw Kuami and was attracted to him. She then ambushed him in his room for sex but Eugene rejected her and just like Potiphar’s wife cried to her husband, the wife of the plantation owner also cried to her husband that Eugene touched her.

The song has, however, created division among many music lovers. Some music lovers think the song should be counted as a gospel song while others believe it is only an inspirational song and not Gospel.

Watch the video below:



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