Kuami Eugene settles money to copyright after stealing Seth Frimpong’s Okumchola song

After being accused of using parts of Seth Frimpong’s Okumchola without permission, Kuami Eugene and his management have settled a copyright dispute.

Music fans found a rhythm from a famous song released years ago in the latter’s latest song, Dollar On You, a few weeks ago.

Kuami Eugene and his team received monetary compensation suit for using the song without formal permission, according to Roland ‘Roro’ Ackah, the creator of Okumchola.

Ackah told Citi FM’s Kwame Dadzie, “We sorted out the issue and everything went on amicably.”

It should be noted that the Open Gate hitmaker has been accused of stealing songs from other artists on several occasions.

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