Dancehall King, Shatta Wale, has hit hard at Ghana Music Rights Organization (GHAMRO) to demand his royalties.
In a Facebook post on Wednesday, May 3, the ‘chop kiss’ hit singer threatened to go out of control if GHAMRO royalties due him are not paid.
He wrote: “GHAMRO are you ready to pay my royalties or you want me to go haywire!!”
Shatta Wale took to micro blogging site Twitter last year to unleash his dissatisfaction and what’s possibly hindering progress of the Ghanaian entertainment industry, especially the music industry. He questioned whether there are copyright laws here in Ghana and the fact that he’s not receiving royalties for his works.
Read Shatta Wale’s Twitter eruption below:
WE DO GOOD, THEY DNT TALK SO WE WILL ALWAYS GIVE DEM BAD NEWS FOR US TO MAKE THE MONEY BETTER AND BIGGER THAN BEFORE.MEMBA POSITIVE BAD NEWS
7:36 PM – 29 Sep 2016
SINCE I BECAME THIS FAMOUS NO PLATFORM HAS EVER ASKED IF COPYRIGHT IS PAYING ME MY ROYALTIES.
7:38 PM – 29 Sep 2016
TODAY MAHAMA,PAA KWESI,NANA AND AYARIGA ARE PLAYING MY SONGS FOR THEIR CAMPAIGNS,YOU ARE ASKING IF THEY HAVE PAID ME.
7:42 PM – 29 Sep 2016
ARE THEY THE COPYRIGHT LAW OF GHANA.
7:43 PM – 29 Sep 2016
YOU SEE HOW GOD GOT YOU ALL THINKING.DIDNT KNOW POLITICIANS WILL EVEN LOVE MY MUSIC AND BE FANS NOT TO TALK OF USING IT AS CAMPAIGN SONG.
7:48 PM – 29 Sep 2016
PRESIDENTS ALL OVER THE WORLD WILL ONCE IN THEIR LIFE TIME LISTEN TO THEIR FRIENDS CAMPAIGN SONGS.WHICH ONE OF THEM WILL BE SHATTA WALE’S.
7:51 PM – 29 Sep 2016