3Meet 7 Ghanaian artists who have been accused of stealing songs |#6 has been accused 5 times
The good old Bible says it’s more blessing to give than to take. It, therefore, baffles me why those who have and are in the position to help those who are in need don’t do but rather chooses to steal from them. I guess some people still live by the jungle rule ” Survival of the fittest”.
There have been countless cases of plagiarism in the music industry of Ghana. And it always involves well-established artists and an underground artist struggling to hit the limelight.
Most often the underground artist approaches the ace artist to help him/her but by the time he/she realizes the song that was introduced to the popular artist has been released and it making waves.
Ghpage.com presents you with 7 popular artists who have been accused one time or the other of stealing a song. The 6th artists have been accused countless times, we just have few on record.
When Stonebwoy released ” NO Noise”, and it was making waves in Ghana, Another artist, Rashid Metal came out to accuse the Dancehall King of stealing of stealing his song. As to how Stonebwoy got his hands on Rashid Metal’s song is another issue for another time.
As for Yaa Pono, I have no idea what his problem was. Am sure when he laid claim to what clearly wasn’t his with such aggressiveness, i no say na he blunt small.
Yaa Pono In an interview with BBC’s Rita Ray in 2014, he boldly said Dark Suburb’s first major hit ” I dey feel you die” was his. A song he wasn’t even featured on. Chai!! Why say I no go talk say ne he blunt.
Asem released a Hip-Hop hit track “Show Something” in 2012 and it had soo much airplay. Few weeks after that, a Ghanaian rapper based in Chicago, USA accused Asem of stealing his beat. According to the rapper, Purp’man, he used the beat for his ” YU Bore” song which he released before Asem released his
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