Ghanaian rapper Frank Kwame Gyasi-Frimpong best known by his stage name Cabum has some issues to settle with reggae legend Rocky Dawuni and the Ghana music industry.
In a twitter post sited by ghlinks.com.gh, the rapper has described the Ghana music industry as bullshit and has alleged that Rocky Dawuni used his dad’s song, Kyenkyen Bi Edi Me Wu without giving credit to anyone.
Rocky Dawuni released his latest album, Beats Of Zion on Friday and has a song with rapper Sarkodie which he titles Kyenkyen Bi Edi Me Wu, a song similar to that of legendary Alhaji K. Frimpong’s song with the same title.
The rapper who looked very unhappy from his post called out the music governing body for allowing such acts where musicians use other people’s records in the industry without giving credit.
He said the whole world knows legendary Alhaji K. Frimpong is his dad and in light of that, he or someone should have received a heads up before the work came out. He further described Rocky Dawuni’s act as unlawful and wrong.
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Ghana music industry is bullshit, how can someone like Rocky Dawuni use our father’s song, I mean our property without informing anyone, meanwhile da f*cking world knows DAT Kyenkyen Bi Edi Me Wu by da Legendary Alhaji K. Frimpong was ma dad. U didn’t show respect Mr. U Wrong!!
Ghana music industry is bullshit , how can someone like rocky dawuni use our father’s song, I mean our property with out informing anyone, meanwhile da fuckin world knows DAT Kyenkyen Bi Edi Me Wu by da Legendary Alhaji K. Frimpong was ma dad. U didn’t show respect Mr. U Wrong!!
— CABUM 🇬🇭 (@cabumonline) March 8, 2019