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Obrafour has erred in filling lawsuit on my intellectual property - Nii Mantse

Obrafour has erred in filling lawsuit on my intellectual property - Nii Mantse

 

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Chalewote Festival, Nii Mantse Aryeequaye is also claiming that the ‘killer cut’ sound which is the voice behind Obrafour’s song ‘Oye Ohene’.


Obrafour has sued famous Canadian rapper, Drake for sampling his song ‘Oye Ohene’ on his ‘Calling My Name’ track.


And CEO of Chalewote Nii Mantse has also called out Obrafour over his suit against the Canadian rapper for sampling is song without consent. 


According to reports, Drake earlier sought permission to use Obrafour’s song but was rejected. He (Drake) went ahead to add ‘killer cut’ phrase in his song and went ahead to release his song.


Obrafour who filed the case to a court in New York is seeking for an amount of $10 million for damages. 


According to Nii Manste, Drake’s consent to use ‘killer cut’ was never “never relinquished to Obrafour and was used by the Producer of the album, Hammer of The Last 2 on Obrafour’s song as he did with others.”


On Twitte,r Nii Mantse shared his side of the story.


"Hi Mike @iamobrafour I'm disappointed at your actions. Would be good to tell the public the truth about this matter or I will be forced to lay out how you've never paid a dime for any of my works on your songs over the last 20yr.".


"Mike @iamobrafour please tell your coons I've been trying to get you to meet my lawyers since @Drake released that song. You cannot claim compensation on my intellectual property that you also didn't pay for. We can revert to what I suggested last year and keep it moving."


"For the record @iamobrafour filed a law suit to lay claim to my intellectual property without notification. Mike I expect you to tell the truth about this matter or I will."

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