Kuami Eugene accused of stealing song again

Kuami Eugene accused of stealing song again

A few months back, Lynx Entertainment signee, Kuami Eugene was accused of stealing his hit single “Confusion” from a Malian musician called Sidiki Diabate and some lines of Adina’s “Killing me softly” a track originally done by Nigerian star Duncan Mighty which he wrote for her.

Well, the VGMA’s new artist of the year has again been busted for stealing another song. This time around he stole Nigerian musician, Ice Prince‘s song titled “In the Morning” which was released in 2014.

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Well, maybe he took inspiration from this too as he has always stated anytime he plagiarizes a song.

It is believed that Kuami Eugene wrote the song and now some Ghanaians are undermining his songwriting prowess because he always pick lyrics from other people’s song to make his.

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Listening to both songs, one could clearly hear the lyrics for his “Wish me well” in the song that was first released by Ice Prince.

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Take a listen to both songs and be the judge yourself.

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