Rapper Obrafour Sues Drake $10 Million For Sampling His Song

Rapper Obrafour Sues Drake $10 Million For Sampling His Song
Obrafour Sues Drake Over Copyright Infringement

Ghanaian Rapper, Obrafour is reportedly suing Drake for $10 million, after the Canadian rapper sampled his song, “Oye Ohene Remix” on his track, “Calling My Name”.

The rapper is being accused for copyright infringement of sampling some portion of Obrafour’s song without his permission.

The Oye Ohene Remix song featuring Tinny & DJ Quest Gh was released in 2017 and appeared on Throwback Gh Mix Vol.2.

According to sources, Champaign Papi, whose real name Aubrey Graham Drake purportedly sought permission to use the song but was declined by the high life legend.

“Obrafour sues for copyright infringement under the Copyright Act, and seeks all remedies afforded to him there under, including preliminary and permanent injunctive relief, monetary damages, including but not limited to, actual damages, profits directly and indirectly attributable to from Defendants’ infringing conduct, statutory damages under the Copyright Act in the sum of up to $150,000.00 per infringement where such infringement commenced after the Copyrighted Work was registered with the United States Copyright Office, and other economic relief,” part of the suit reads.

Days later, Drake released the song, which prompted the legendary artist to file a fart-related lawsuit against American rapper.

Listen the song below :

Drake is yet to respond to allegations of song theft imposed against him, despite Obrafour seeking at least $10 million in damages.

SOURCE: www.hellovybes.com

Eben Mugeez

Eben Mugeez is a publicist who owns Hello Vybes, covers and publish stories about celebrities, entertainment news in Ghana, Sports, Economic, Business more.

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