The compensatory negotiations became necessary when the musician a few days ago took to Twitter to demand from the NDC payments for using his song in a documentary at their manifesto launch without permission.
A third-party (name withheld) has in a phone call asking the NDC who used Worlasi’s ‘One Life’ song for the documentary without his permission to stop every negotiation.
Exclusive information available to www.asiwomewrites.com indicates that the third-party company owns the economic right to the song used by the NDC. ‘One Life’ though written by Worlasi, the recording and the video production of ‘One Life’ was funded and released by the label.
The third-party who had a contractual agreement with Worlasi four (4) year ago when the song was produced has therefore directed the NDC to stop every negotiation with Worlasi and his management unless they are joined to the negotiations.
However, the third-party is yet to serve the negotiators a formal written letter.
By: Asiwome Writes | www.asiwomewrites.com | Ghana
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