Upcoming Ghanaian musician, Takum has accused popular Ghanaian Afrobeat musician, Kelvin Brown who is known as Kelvyn Boy.
The young musician made these allegations against Kelvyn Boy in a recent interview he had with Andy Dosty on Hitz FM.
According to Takum, Kelvyn Boy is yet to promote a song he featured him and this comes after he (Takum) paid for every charge Kelvyn Boy demanded.
In his submission, he said;
“It hurts when artistes, especially the mainstream ones, refuse to post songs of up and coming artistes who featured them. My song with Kelvyn Boy. After charging me for the song, the video appearance, he still did not post it on his social media page.
I am unable to sleep sometimes because of this. Anytime I address this issue, it gets me emotional. Kelvyn Boy is not doing his part of the promotion of the song I featured him on
I am begging to Kelvyn Boy promote the song I featured him on.”
This comes after veteran Ghanaian musician, Oheneba Kissi also accused Kelvyn Boy of stealing his song.
Oheneba Kissi during an interview on the UTV’s United Showbiz hosted by Empress Nana Ama Mcbrown expressed his displeasure in the Afrobeat act stealing a verse from his song without his permission.
He said that he has taken actions against Kelvyn Boy over copyrights infringement.
In reaction to that, the “Mea” hitmaker debunked Oheneba Kissi claims that he has stolen a verse from one of his popular songs.
Speaking on Zylofon FM with Sammy Flex, Kelvyn Boy said that he only sampled only a line from Oheneba Kissi which he earlier didn’t know that he was the composer of that particular song.