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Lil Win

Some Ghanaians have since last week hit hard at the artiste after accusations by Patapaa that Lil Win was trying to ride on his fame by releasing a similar song which would bring down his One Corner.

The management of Kumawood actor cum musician, Kwadwo Nkansah aka Lil Win has said that Ghanaians have not been fair to him over the brouhaha surrounding his latest single, Corner Corner.

A spokesperson for Lil Win, Abdul Zach Amissah said it is rather unfortunate that Ghanaians will judge the musician without giving him the chance to explain what really ensued.

Some Ghanaians have since last week hit hard at the artiste after accusations by Patapaa that Lil Win was trying to ride on his fame by releasing a similar song which would bring down his One Corner.

“Lil Win called me and was angry I did not follow the orders of his manager who had asked me to send a demo of the song to their sound engineer. I was really surprised when his manager called again saying Lil Win recorded the song before me. I was wondering how that could happen when One Corner was all over the place,” he said.

However, Amissah told Showbiz that they were rather approached by one Nana Yaw to help Patapaa when they went to Accra-based Adom FM to promote Lil Win’s song.

Amissah said Patapaa later contacted him with the aim to do a collaboration on One Corner remix.

But one of Patapaa’s managers said that was not possible since his artiste had been nominated for an awards scheme in the Central Region, adding that having joint ownership of the song would ruin his chance of winning.

He, however, suggested a remix on which Lil Win will feature but that was not agreed on, with both of them later concluding that they will discuss the matter with their teams.

“Before we could conclude on the matter, Patapaa ran to the media to accuse Lil Win of using his popularity to steal his song. This is where I think Ghanaians have been unfair to Lil Win. They were quick to condemn him without knowing the details. Who can steal a song that is already in the public domain? It’s unfortunate things turned out this way but it’s a great lesson,” he added.

Source: pulse.com.gh

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