A company by the name Frimprince Music Productions have terminated their contract with veteran gospel singer Diana Asamoah.

The company owned by the musician’s long-time producer Emmanuel Anane Frimpong pulled the plug on their relations after almost 22 years.

In a letter addressed to Diana Asamoah, Mr Frimpong noted that on “several” events she has breached the settlement that binds them thus the termination. 

Producer for Diana Asamoah terminates contract, claims ownership of songs, social media page
Diana Asamoah and Emmanuel Anane Frimpong

Frimprince Music Productions within the letter listed the phrases of termination the gospel musician is predicted to adjust to.

The company, they acknowledged, “shall continue to have absolute rights over all works that were produced under the production.”

They embody  ‘Wo Na Mani Agyina Wo’, ‘Mabowodin’, ‘Akoko Abon’, ‘Madansidie’, ‘Pentecost Gya’, ‘Momomme’, ‘Wo Damu Fua’, ‘Tetelesta’ and ‘Pentecost Soree’.

Producer for Diana Asamoah terminates contract, claims ownership of songs, social media page
Diana Asamoah and Emmanuel Anane Frimpong

Among other issues, Diana Asamoah is “restricted from referring to Mr Anane Frimpong as your executive producer. You will no longer have access to any of our digital platforms.”

The company can also be taking ownership of the singer’s verified Facebook page ‘The Evangelist Diana Asamoah’.

Diana Asamoah can also be “restricted from using from using Frimprince logo on any of your new songs.”

Producer for Diana Asamoah terminates contract, claims ownership of songs, social media page

The company additionally dissociated itself from Abba Father, an annual gospel live performance headlined by Diana Asamoah.

“Failure to comply with these terms may result in legal action. Please sign below to affirm your agreement to the above terms,” they noted.

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