Up and coming act, Day Break, is claiming that the offices of the Ghana Music Rights Organization (GHAMRO) in Koforidua is not in operation.
In an interview with Kojo Preko Dankwa on Kasapa Entertainment on Kasapa102.3 FM, the new kid in the music industry said the sensitization of Musician’s on copyright laws and royalties have not been effective, especially, in Koforidua where GHAMRO’s offices have been locked up.
The Ghana Music Right Organization (GHAMRO) announced early this year of plans to open five new offices to help establish strong presence in the regions.
The laudable initiative saw the organisation opening an office in Koforidua but Day Break alleged that there is no human resource to manage the facility.
He said the representative that was engaged to manage the office is most often seen doing his own business at the expense of the organisation.
This anomaly, he noted, needed to be addressed in order to achieve the goals and objectives of GHAMRO.
The hip-life artist is set to release a new hit titled ‘Day Break’.