Kuami Eugene accused of 'stealing' song of Jamaican dancehall artiste Black Coffee (Video)

Kuami Eugene accused of 'stealing' song of Jamaican dancehall artiste Black Coffee (Video)

Undoubtedly, Kuami Eugene, appears to be couching an identity as a lyrics 'theft' for his growing brand.

Lynx Entertainment signee, Kuami Eugene, is again alleged to have ‘stolen’ the dance-hall vibes of Jamaican dance-hall artiste, Black Coffee.

While Kuami continues to receive recognition and accolades for his endearing talent, he has also been ridiculed for not being authentic.

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The latest song theft brouhaha casts vile spotlight on the young Ghanaian talent.

Perhaps not too negative for public relations purposes, but a careful look at the two videos affirms that Kuami Eugene literally stole the songstress’s jam and style.

It is also revealing to note that his verse was recorded on VGMA’s song christened ‘Our Music Lives’.

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Early last year, the ‘RockStar’ came under similar criticism after lifting the lyrics of ‘Ice Prince Zamani’s song titled “In the Morning”, released in 2014.

Also, Ghanaian Highlife singer Adane Best accused Kuami Eugene's of stealing his signature ‘Eeeeeee eeeeeee’ from his song ‘Mama’ which had the ‘Eeeeeee eeeeeee‘ echoed repeatedly in the introduction of the song, as earlier reported by YEN.com.gh.

Other critics have said though that the practice of plagiarizing another artiste's lyrics to produce a new song isn't a new practice.

Koffee is yet to react…

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