Nana Aboagye Dacosta, a veteran Highlife artiste, has threatened to sue Captain Planet and Kuami Eugene of Lynx Entertainment over their ‘Abodie’ collaboration.
The two musicians, according to the renowned Highlife master, sampled his ‘Feeling Bam’ for their ‘Abodie’ track without his permission, and he will take legal action against them.
Nana Aboagye Dacosta claimed in an interview with Adom FM that he realized the two had copied his music the instant he heard ‘Abodie.’
He alleges that the two artists failed to recognize him by approaching before sampling his tune and that he would take them to court for not treating him with respect.
He further stated that everything taken from him should be done with respect and that if this is not done, he will pursue retribution at any cost.
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However, Desmond Kwesi Blackmore, better known as D Black, the CEO of Black Avenue Muzik, is aiming to lower the country’s unemployment rate by venturing into the media to generate jobs for the country’s young.
D Balck has been hailed as one of the industry’s most successful entrepreneurs. He owns one of Ghana’s most successful record labels as well as one of Accra’s largest clubs.
He’s also into event planning, and….continue reading