Kwame Mickey Tells YouTube To Mute Team Eternity’s “Defe Defe” Song As Their Copyright F!ght Continues

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The ongoing copyright battle between renowned Ghanaian music producer, Kwame Mickey and music group, Team Eternity has seen a new twist.

Working on behalf of Kwame Mickey, the OFM Computer World and Debrich Group of Companies, operating in Ghana, Nigeria, and Europe, have issued a formal notice alleging that Team Eternity Ghana has engaged in copyright infringement.

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The letter seen on social media explicitly states that Team Eternity Ghana manipulated and edited the original track to fit within their work.

It adds that this action, as outlined by Debrich Group’s analyst and optimizer, represents a clear case of copyright infringement, as it was done without obtaining the necessary permissions from the original creators.

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Based on the above reason, OFM Computer World, acting on behalf of the copyright owners, has requested that YouTube take down the video to prevent further unauthorized use and public exposure.

The letter, penned under penalty of perjury by an agent of Debrich Group, also asserts that the use of the music sampling was neither authorized by the copyright owner nor compliant with legal standards.

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The notice also includes a link to the original “DEFE DEFE” track by Hallelujah Voices, allowing recipients to compare the two works and understand the basis of the infringement claim.

They also added that they are looking forward to taking legal action in Ghana’s capital city court.

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