Don’t Rely On Hearsays, Get Acquainted With GHAMRO – Appietus To Ghanaian Musicians.

Music producer, Appiah Dankwa, popularly known as Appietus has urged Ghanaian artistes to treat the Ghana Music Rights Organization (GHAMRO) fairly.

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Speaking on Joy FM’s Showbiz A-Z show, he said many musicians have formed their opinions about the organization through claims by other people but not what they have experienced.

“Most of these people [musicians], if you ask them, have they been there, they’ll say no.” He said.

GHAMRO is a royalties collection agency within Ghana. It represents the rights of music copyright holders. It was created under section 49 of the Copyright Law, Act 690 of 2005. The agency collects royalties for all rights owners in Ghana.

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Appietus pointed out that many musicians who constantly complain about how GHAMRO works do not have facts to back their claims.

He then appreciated the work of the board chairman of the organization, Rex Omar, for his hard work.

He added that recording artistes should ensure they adhere to the guidelines of GHAMRO and collaborate with its statues and if this is done and they still have issues with the organization then they will be in the right position to point out the loopholes in GHAMRO’s operation.

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