Rex Omar Urges Obrafour To Work With Mantse To Sue Drake For Copyright Infringement

The board chairman of GHAMRO, Rex Omar, has shared his opinion on the ongoing dispute between Obrafour and Mantse Aryeequaye.

Rex Omar has asked the two Ghanaian creators to come together instead of suing Drake individually over the alleged copyright theft.

Mantse Aryeequaye’s claim that he owns the ‘Killer Cut’ sound, which is the subject of a $10 million lawsuit between Obrafour and Canadian rapper Drake, has become the talk of the showbiz space.

The filmmaker asserted his right to the song not long after it became public that Obrafour had filed a lawsuit against Drake for using his sound without the superstar’s permission in his Calling My Name song.

In response to the viral suit, Mantse claimed that Obrafour did not own the sound. He said that he recorded the ‘Killer Cut’ phrase on the Oye Ohene song, and Obrafour did pay him. Hence, he rightly owned the sound that Drake sampled in his song.

According to him, Obrafour, as the owner of the master tape of Oye Ohene, has the right to sue Drake. He said Manste, who created the “Killer cut blood” phrase, also had an interest in the case, but that he needed to pursue compensation for his work from Obrafour.

He said wrote on Facebook that It’s imperative for all interested parties to stop commenting on the case as it can be used to jeopardize the case, especially Mantse, Hammer and Obrafoɔ . For 1% of something is better than 100% of nothing.

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