‘Ghana Music Is Bullsh*t!!’ Cabum blasts Rocky Dawuni For Copyrights Infringement

There may be fire on the mountain as son of Legendary Alhaji K. Frimpong, Cabum has fired Afro Roots and Reggae artiste, Rocky Dawuni for using his dad’s song without their consent.

The Grammy-nominee released his new album, Beats of Zion, on Friday, March 8, 2019 and featured Ghanaian artistes Stonebwoy and Sarkodie. The album is already making waves in the country and across the continent. However, one person who is not particularly enthused about some songs on the album is rapper cum producer, Cabum.

In a post on Twitter, Cabum blasted the 50-year-old Los Angeles-based musician for redoing a song originally owned by his father, Alhaji K. Frimpong. ‘Kyenkyen Bi Adi Mewu’ is track number 4 on the Beats of Zion album and features BET award winner, Sarkodie. Cabum who sounded extremely furious Rocky used his father’s song which is their property without informing them. He stressed that Rocky Dawuni did not show respect to him and his family.

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