Ghanaian musician, Nana Boro has been entangled in yet another music theft after his famous ‘Eha Yede’ which was characterized by a similar incident in 2011.
This time the musician is said to have stolen some music lines from a song of legendary Highlife Musician Obuoba J.A. Adofo for his track titled “Fine Boy”
Broadcast Journalist Abeiku Aggrey Santana who busted the musician who is trying to resurrect his music career quizzed why he is running away from the fact that contents of his latest track have been stolen.
In his justification, he said his rhythm from J.A Adofo’s.
“Then Kojo Antwi and Lumba and co could also be accused of stealing because they sampled songs from other musicians”, he revealed insisting he has not stolen the song.
”Fine Boy” throws listeners back to the Gold Coast era where boogieing to the genre which originated from West Africa was fun.
The up-tempo jam is accompanied by a colourful throwback to 1956 music video directed by Kofi Awuah II.
In the video, Nana Boroo appears to be a wealthy man who wields so much power and attracts attention (including the prettiest girls) for his character.
“Fine Boy” music video also features the 90s highlife dance moves from some hot female choreographers.