Don’t play my songs again – Lord Kenya

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Lord Kenya is noted for secular songs like ‘Driver Susu Ko’, ‘Sika Baa’, ‘Okafuo Didi’, ‘Sika Mpo Nfaneho’ and ‘Born Again’ among others. 

He won Artiste of the Year, Hiplife Ariste of the Year, and Hiplife Album of the Year at the Ghana Music Awards 2001, and Best Ghanaian Rap Music Award at the Anansekrom Festival in Canada 2000 among others. 

Meanwhile, popular DJs Bills Gborgli (Papa Bills) and Samuel Nartey (DJ Awana) of Adom FM and Hitz FM respectively, disagree with Lord Kenya. 

Papa Bills thinks Lord Kenya should rather focus on promoting his gospel songs as he promoted his hiplife songs back in the days, instead of trying to stop DJs from playing his secular songs.

Intellectual Property Lawyer, Kwame Anyimadu-Antwi said it will be difficult for the presenters to heed to Lord Kenya’s directive. 

He therefore advised Lord Kenya to concentrate on his new carrier as a man of God, and forget about what DJs do with his old songs.

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