Kuami Eugene Opens Up On Saying Wele, Sebe, Kontomire In ‘Open Gate’ Song

Kuami Eugene is currently the man of the moment after winning the most coveted ‘Artiste of the year’ award at the just ended Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs).

The Lynx entertainment signee recently released his latest single dubbed ‘Open Gate’ which has been an instant hit. The video amassed a whopping 1 million views on YouTube in just a week.

In the said song, one particular line in which the singer is heard repeatedly saying the words, wele,sebe,kontomire has been criticized by music fans for being gibberish. According to the sensational Highlife singer that part of the song is not gibberish but an attribution he made with regards to the story in the song.

During an interview session on Tv Africa with Roselyn Felli, Kuami Eugene stated that the expression is one he got from his childhood when they used to sing that to mimic the walking movements of ladies with heavy backsides.

He explained that the Open Gate song was about a well-endowed woman who was getting married and was going to walk to the altar in a majestic way.

“So the bride will the bride asking for them to open the gates for her to do the ‘Wele Sebe Kontomire’ walk as her husband watches.”


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