He transparently expressed that a large portion of Lil Win's tunes are not self-composed but rather taken. He made this disclosure during a live studio meet with Foster Romanus on the Late Nite Celebrity Show which airs on eTV Ghana.
"The melody taking is excessively. He loves taking individuals' melodies. He's a main cheat and he took my melody Ayeyi", said Andy. This was because of a remark from a watcher, asking that he detail on his issue with Kwadwo Nkansah Lil Win.
Andy clarified that Lil Win caused him to compose the full melody and it should be a coordinated effort between them both yet in the wake of sending it to him to look at his parts, he proceeded to record the entire tune all alone and put it out without crediting him (Andy).
As per the artist, he made it known to Lil Win that he disapproved of what he had done however Lil Win disclosed to him that in the event that he disagreed with it, at that point he should prosecute the issue.
"I have prosecuted the issue now and the court will pass judgment so I can't say much regarding it for the present", Odarky Andy further included.
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