Days after Ghanaian highlife musician, Fameye official announced his exit from the OGB Music label has incurred the wrath of his former boss, Ogidi Brown.
Ogidi Brown in a post on his Instagram page warned the ‘Nothing I get’ hit singer not to claim nor perform any of the songs produced by him [Ogidi Brown] on any platform.
According to the boss of OGB Music, he will take legal action against Fameye if he fails to heed the warning.
“Never try to claim the songs and videos I produced for you else you will see another side of me, I swear my brother go in peace Never even sing the song I produced for u on any platform, this is the last message for you. Ungrateful, next will be active’, “ Ogidi Brown warns
Ogidi Brown’s reason for issuing such a warning to his former artiste comes after he received an email from Youtube on copyright issues regarding Fameye’s song, Destiny.
The 2020 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards New Artist of the Year in a statement announced his contract with manager Ogidi Brown and the entire management of OGB Music has come to an end.
Born Peter Famiyeh Bozah, the 2021 VGMA Hiplife Song of the Year nominee said the termination is mutually between the two parties.
“We have mutually agreed to part ways going forward but with continuous support for each other.”
This comes almost two years after the two were said to have been on a collision course.
“The past years with OGB have been delightful, beneficial and I am glad we still hold our relationship regardless of our decision to part ways,” Fameye said in a statement issued on Monday.
He gave new contacts for businesses and bookings to be channelled to.
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