Ghanaian musician D-Black, has once more raised concerns about the bad management of the Ghana Music Rights Organization (GHAMRO) and it’s inability to distribute royalties to members.
For several years, Ghanaian musicians have spoken against the unjust sharing of royalties collected on thier behalf.
Speaking in a recent interview on TV3, D-Black chastised the collection society for not being professional about its dealings with musicians over the years.
He also lamented about the unresponsive nature of GHAMRO when it comes to ussues about how the royalty is shared and recounted one of such occasions.
“I was on radio talking about it and the next day someone texted me and told me mine is ready and I was told to send my mobile transfer number. I thought it was the most unprofessional thing ever.”
D-Black further added the issue needs to be reported to the Tourism Ministry for an audit on the workings of GHAMRO.
“I think we need to petition the Minister of Tourism to audit GHAMRO and I mentioned at the recent meeting with the IGP,” he said.
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