Ghanaian gospel musician Obaapa Christy has hinted that she doesn’t write most of her songs.
Obaapa Christy is currently on a media tour to promote his new track titled The Glory.
Most Ghanaian musicians have been accused of using negroes without properly crediting their work as they seek to claim all the honor for themselves.
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Speaking in an interview on Atinka TV’s “JukeBox”, she revealed that she doesn’t primarily write the lyrics to her songs before recording them in the studio.
She said, “I don’t write my songs… my new song ‘The Glory’, I didn’t write it ooo… Like putting a pen on paper, even my pen and my book are long gone… I do not have a pen and a book; so I never wrote my own songs… the songs just go through my head, then I quickly go to the studio and produce them ”,
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Obaapa added that she used the help of sound engineer Dan Bassey to write most of her songs as she explained that her new single called “The Glory” was written by herself.
“My previous songs were written for me by Dan Bassy but the new one now I’ve done it all by myself.” she added.
She also lambasted GHAMRO executives for their inability to pay royalties and profit from musicians.
“Talk to GHAMRO. They deceive musicians and deprive them of their copyright. They are not telling the truth. There are lots of haunts. They rob the musicians. But they must understand that they will pay for their sins, ”she said.