Ofori Amponsah to sue Nanky over song theft

Ofori Amponsah to sue Nanky over song theft 

The management team of ace highlife artiste, Ofori Amponsah, have allegedly threatened to sue a fast rising musician, Nanky over claims of song theft.

According to a member of the team, Nanky’s “Cloud 9” was a reproduction of Ofori Amponsah’s hit song titled “Koforidua Flowers.”

Captured in a viral video, the unnamed member of the team who was visibly angry while on a call claimed that Nanky has sampled parts of “Koforidua Flowers” and called on the rest to process legal action against the young musician for copyrights infringements.

“Nanky wants to ride on Ofori Amponsah’s music and influence to make a hit for himself,” the unidentified member said.

He stated that he did not understand why an artiste would sample someone’s work without the needed approval or respect for copyrights.

The song was a collaboration between Ofori Amponsah and the late Kofi B, and was released in 2007.
It featured on “The Return of Kofi B” album.


Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

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