The renowned “Rukia” hit singer Larry Prince formerly known as Larry Lizard has threatened to sue Omaga a sound engineer who he claimed has sold a beat to him that he later find out that it had been used by another recording artist by name Luther.
In our interview with Omaga and the board team of OPM (Management of Larry Prince), we found out that the beat initially created for OJ black way back as 2014 when the said sound engineer Omaga was working with OJ black but the beat was not used by OJ black.
The engineer confirm of passing the beat onto Pappy of Five5 fame when he wasn’t hearing from OJ black again and felt his work was being wasted.
‘I sold the beat to Larry Prince in 2016 but after giving out the beat to him, i didnt hear from Pappy again . The last time i heard from Pappy was when he asked for the direction to my current studio.’
According to our research team, Luther got the beat from OJ black to feature him on it which never happened due to reasons which i can’t give for OJ black was not ready to speak to us on the Issue but Omaga gave us a hint that the featuring of Luther on the beat was declined by the then management of Luther.
The management team of Larry Prince upon several arguments with Omaga sorted to sue him since that was the only option left because, Omaga has refused to pay the refund of the cost of the beat.
When asked whether OPM tried to get in touch with the management of Luther? This was their response
“we have no problem with Luther’s management team.” We tried to find out ourselves from Omaga himself his part of the story but he declined to talk to us.
Oj Black confirm his part of the issue by saying he never gave the right of the beat to Luther or his management and has even forgotten about the beat since the recording didn’t come on. He was too busy to voice over the beat and when he was ready to record on the beat, he has lost contact with Omaga and therefore decided to forget about it so he is surprised to be hearing about Luther using the beat and he feels it is very wrong for him Luther to have used it without his knowledge.
Written by Bill Afenya (JayNal)