it is expected to be a tough contest between the ruling New Patrotic Party (NPP) and the largest opposition party National Democratic Congress(NDC) as Ghanaians prepare to cast their votes in December to elect a new president to rule the country for the next four years. In Ghana, it is risky for a celebrity to openly endorse a political party as it is assumed to be one of the ways of ending someone's promising career but most politicians sees it to be one of the strategies in winning floating voters. In the previous elections, artistes such Daddy Lumba, Lucky Mensah, Evangelist Diana Asamoah and Great Ampong were seen recording and performing on stages of their various political parties. Interestingly, the new artiste who is willing to record a song for the New Patrotic Party is the "Rock Star" Kuami Eugene. However, he was quick to add that it is on condition. Speaking to Cape Coast based radio station Kastle FM, the singer made it clear to the host "Amansan Krakye" that, although he has no plans of recording a song for his Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo, should the president requests for his service, he is ready to do it. In responding to the question the host asked, if he will do a campaign song for the ruling New Patrotic Party (NPP), should the president request for it, the Lynx Entertainment signee and reigning VGMA artiste of the year said " Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo is my President so if he should invite me and request that I do a campaign song for him, why not? I will gladly obliged to do so". Kuami Eugene recently released his second studio album titled "Son Of Africa" with the likes of Sarkodie, Shatta Wale and Samini on it and it is doing very well.