Afrobeat vocalist Kelvyn Boy has responded to the melody burglary charges evened out against him.
Few months ago, veteran Ghanaian performer, Oheneba Kissi uncovered in a conversation that he’s made a move against Kelvyn Boy over copyright encroachment.
Oheneba Kissi mentioned Kelvyn Boy took his licensed innovation and utilized it in his hit tune “Mea” without his assent so he needs to pay. He added that the ‘Mea’ singer is known for examining his melodies without looking for any consent.
Oheneba made this statement when he showed up as a guest on Nana Ama Mcbrown’s United Showbiz show on that Saturday. The guest on the show was examining copyright laws.
Responding to the allegation on Zylofon FM, Kelvyn Boy revealed he did not see what he did resulting in song theft. He explained to Sammy Flex that he used a small portion of lyrics which happens to be Oheneba’s song—but he was not aware he’s the composer before his song was recorded.
As indicated by him, the part which has set off this allegation was even utilized toward the finish of the tune.
Nonetheless, Kelvyn Boy revealed his readiness to do the needful. He added he wish to see the day that the veteran artists will praise youthful craftsmen for utilizing portions of their sections in their tunes.
In the meantime, Kelvyn Boy finished the month with the remix of his tune “Visa” highlighting Afrobeat/Afropop artiste, Joey B, and grant winning Ghanaian rapper, Kwesi Arthur.
The melody was delivered by Liquid beats and has been moving via online media stages. It has over 200k perspectives on YouTube and a few music real-time stages.
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