Ghanaian musician, William Kojo Johnson known by the stage name Stay Jay has stated that he deserves about GH¢100,000 from the Ghana Music Rights Organisation (GHAMRO) for the several hit songs he has produced.
In a recent interview on Property FM, Stay Jay disclosed that his catalog has several hit songs which qualify him to earn more money from the royalties collection agency, GHAMRO.
“When you go through my catalog and the kind of songs that I have done in the past I should be receiving like GH¢100,000 from GHAMRO. If you look at the work that I’ve done in the music industry, I have played hit songs upon hit songs so I deserve a lot of royalties for my hard work,” he stated.
According to the “My Baby” hitmaker, although music platforms do not pay every month, his activeness in the game over the last years makes him worthy of such a payout.
“One thing I want to make clear for people to understand is that no musical platform pays every month, they pay per payout.
“And at the end of the day they have some specific amount that you have to hit before they pay you, that’s why I think I deserve more,” he added.