I won’t compose a song for any political party – Philipa Baafi declares

Renowned Gospel musician, Philipa Baafi has expressed her reservation to compose a song to support the campaign of any political party.

The trained Physician Assistant told Anita Akuffo on The Afternoon Show on TV3 that she is however opened for political parties to use any of her existing songs if they so wish.

The ‘Go Higher’ hitmaker explained that political parties would only demand that you compose a song akin to their desires and messages if you agree to write songs for them.

“If you tell me to do a song I won’t do it. But if the song is there and you want to use it, why not? If they want you to do a song, they will let you do a song that suits them but I don’t want to do that.

“So if I do a song and you think it suits you and uyou want it that’s okay. It’s like somebody doing an advert and taking one song as cover and you have to me copyright,” she said.

It can be recalled that Philipa Baafi’s song, ‘Go High’ was used by the NPP during their 2008 electoral campaign. The song was however, released in 2007.

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