Why Ghanaians are asking veteran Ghanaian rapper Obrafour to sue Canadian superstar Drake 

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Drake is out with his newest studio album Honestly, Nevermind and one of the tracks off the album, Call My Name has a line credited to Obrafour. 

Obrafour produced the song over two decades ago dubbed Oye Ohene Rmx featuring Ga rapper Tinny. The opening line of that song has the tagline ‘Kill a Cat blood, Kill a Cat.’

Drake’s Call My Name song has the same line and after a snippet of the track was made available on the internet, music lovers have asked the veteran Ghanaian rapper to take advantage of the situation and draw some dollars from the superstar. 

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“Drake sampled Obrafuor in his latest album? Where are Obrafuor’s lawyers? Sika aba fie.” a tweep wrote.

Music producer King Of Accra also chipped in, “If it is true (because I don’t know) then you have to ask @iamobrafour maybe he is aware and has been paid already. If not then of course it can be taken on for compensation if he did not grant the use of the said sample.”

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