‘The Streams For ‘Nothing I Get’, ‘Nobody’, ‘Destiny’ & Some Of My Old Freestyles Are All Going Into Ogidi Brown’s Account’

Fameye, a young Ghanaian singer, has announced that some of his old songs are still available to his former boss, Ogidi Brown.
In a recent interview he had with renowned Ghanaian radio show host Andy Dosty, he made this known.

He suggested in the interview that the streams for some of his songs such as ‘Nothing I Get’,’ Destiny’,’ Nobody’ and some old songs are all heading into the account of his former manager.

He said that if his former manager wishes to give it to him, if he doesn’t have any issues with it, he will take it.

Below is what he said during the interview:

I do not owe Ogidi Brown. I wasn’t disturbed when Ogidi Brown took me to Antoa. I was only disturbed when he said he will kill my child.

When we got to Antoa, there was back and forth and we agreed on a figure (although I wasn’t owing him $50,000). I have paid half of the agreed figure. Very soon I will put out a Press Release with regards to that.

The streams “Nothing I Get”, “Nobody”, “Destiny” and some of my old freestyles are all going into Ogidi Brown’s account. Well, if he decides to give them to me, fine. If not, I wouldn’t be bothered.



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