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Lynx Entertainment Label signee, Kuami Eugene has been accused severally over the past years for stealing lyrics from musicians.
Unfortunately for Kuami Eugene, a music producer is charging Kuami Eugene for royalties as the 'Angela' hitmaker failed to seek consent. Eugene Marfo, affectionately called Kuami Eugene sampled lyrics while writing his hit song 'Dollar on you'. Music producer and popular sound engineer, Roro said on Pure Fm in Kumasi that he has been in talks with Lynx Entertainment over the sampled lyrics in Kuami Eugene's new song. Roro went on to say that he owns royalties of the record and was very disappointed when Kuami Eugene used the popular 'Okumcholla' lyrics without permission. Roro said that, both Kuami Eugene and Richie Mensah of Lynx Entertainment should have known better before releasing the track.
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