Kuami Eugene Involved In Another Song Stealing Scandal

A few months back, Lynx Entertainment signee, Kuami Eugene was accused of stealing his hit single “Confusion” from a Malian musician called Sidiki Diabate.

According to music analysts, Kuame Eugene’s Confusion has the same beats as Sidiki Diabaté’s “Fais Moi Confiance”. And since that of Sidiki Diabaté was release years ago, Kuame Eugene, therefore, stole from him.

After days of silence, the Ghanaian singer, Kuame Eugene broke the silence about the allegations of song theft. According to the artists, he took inspirations from 3 different artists in making the “Confusion”. He named Daddy Lumba, Kojo Antwi, and Sidiki Diabaté as the artist he took inspirations from.

All these controversies contributed to the success of the “Confusion” song. It has been enjoying massive airplay since its release in February.

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VGMA’s new artist of the year has again been busted for stealing another song. This time around he stole Nigerian musician, Duncan Mighty’s song titled “Killing Me Softly” which was released in 2016. What is it with Kuami Eugene and 2016 songs? Well, maybe he took inspiration from this too.

Adina and Kwami Eugene have a new song out also titled “Killing Me Softly”. It is believed that Kuami Eugene wrote the song and now people are undermining his songwriting prowess.

Both choruses have the same melody and lyrics, this is a proper song stealing. Listen to both songs below and tell us what you think.

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