I Won’t Accept Anything To Compose A Song For Any Political Party – Philipa Baafi

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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
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Gospel singer, Philipa Baafi, is not ready to specifically compose a song for any political party.

While it’s perceived that she composed a song for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) during the 2008 general elections, she denied it.

According to her, she did not specifically compose ‘Go Higher’ for NPP.

She said no amount would convince her to compose a song for any political party, stressing that she sings for Christ.

However, Philipa Baafi would consider selling the copyright of her song (s) to any political party that expresses interest in using them.

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“I won’t accept anything to compose a song for any political party. I know my mission clearly and I will stand by it.

“If I have a song and a particular political party wants to use it, they just pay for copyrights and go ahead with it. But for me to be paid to compose a song specifically for a political party, that won’t happen,” she told Graphic Showbiz.

Talking about her ‘Go Higher’ song, Philipa Baafi clarified:

“I did not do that song for the NPP. It is a song that touched on victory and the party loved it so they hopped on it to use for their campaign and they paid for copyrights.

“I don’t do songs for political parties. I sing on realities, about God and positivity and that is why my songs usually catch people’s attention.”

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