Sometimes go rough – George Britton on Kirani Ayat’s approach

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Astute entertainment critic George Britton has waded into the Kirani-Government saga; saying that the artist should use a rough approach.

Artist Kirani Ayat a few days ago took to his Twitter page to call out the Tourism Ministry for using excerpts of his Guda music video to support the #VisitGhana2022 agenda without his consent.

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According to him, he is expecting to be paid royalties due him because he didn’t give the green light for his content to be used by the Government of Ghana.

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Speaking about the brouhaha with Abrantepa on E-Forum, George Britton said that in order to get one’s desire, there is a need to use rough means to get what they what.

“There are instances when you have to go rough to get the attention you seek. We have been complaining about copyright laws and talking about people using people’s intellectual properties for their selfish gains or whatever it is, and still not got a response yet,” Britton shared.

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“You sit down and watch TV the number of songs you watch them using for adverts. I quite remember back then when I was managing Akoo Nana and we had a song called wash and wear”.

“The was a soap brand that used the song to advertise without even our consent but fortunately for us, we had a few good lawyers around us. Unfortunately or fortunately for them, it didn’t come out for the whole country to discuss,” George Britton added.


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