Kumawood actor and artist, Kwadwo Nkansah, popularly known by his stage name, Lil Win, has finally commented on the allegation of him stealing Patapaa's hit song, One Corner.
According to Lil Win, the initial title he gave to his song "Corner Corner" was "Nea Ne To Soso", and that since he loved Patapaa's "One Corner" he went ahead to do a similar song, something he said is allowed in the music Industry.
Lil Win highlight the phenomenon of artist doing similar songs to that of others by mentioning Sarkodie's "Choices", which was originally written by an American rapper by the name of E-40.
Lil Win, who was speaking on Hitz FM, expressed that he had no intention to steal Patapaa's One Corner, and neither did he do so.
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Lil Win also went on to talk about "beefs" in the industry, sayng that he for one enjoys it when he has one with another artist. He related that - as far as he's concerned - beefs are one way of promoting one's content in the Ghanaian music industry. He, again, used the example of Sarkodie and Manifest's Rap King beef as an example.
This being said, Lil Wil went on to reveal that he's on good terms with Patapaa and hoped to release a track with him sooner than later.
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