Kwame Mickey And Team Eternity Resolve ‘Defe Defe’ Copyright Issue

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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku is a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

Whatever boils to the highest boiling point will surely cool down and settle. After weeks of venting his anger over a copyright infringement, Music producer, Kwame Mickey and Team Eternity have found a resolution.

In a video shared on Facebook, about two weeks ago, USA-based Ghanaian music producer, Kwame Mickey, was furious about Ghana-based Gospel group – Team Eternity using a song he owns the copyright without seeking permission.

He threatened to deal with the group legally.

This issue became topical in Ghana after broke the news about Mickey’s anger and accusation against the group.

Finally, both parties have agreed to resolve the issue.

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The settlement of the issue was announced in a statement witnessed by Debrich Jeremiah Acheampong of OFM Computer World.

“The parties have duly entered into a License Agreement under which Kwame Mickey grants to TEG the non-exclusive right to use in the New Song, those words derived from the Existing Song.

“The parties thank all those who helped them reach this amicable resolution,” part of the statement read.

The original ‘Defe Defe’ was written by Osuani Afriyie and sung by Hallelujah Voices.

Read the statement below.

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