Ghanaian music duo, Dope Nation, has made comments concerning the assertion that they stole songs and sing like Ghanaian rapper EL.
Dope Nation has revealed what rapper EL thinks about the assertion that they stole his songs and sing exactly like him.
According to the 'Eish' hitmakers, they have not stolen EL's songs, and the rapper has no problem, as he has never complained about the way they sing.
In an exclusive interview with YEN TV, Dope Nation expressed their opinion on the assertion that they sing like EL.
After been asked whether EL is angry they sound like him, the duo replied "EL does not have a problem with us sounding like him."
"EL is like our god father and we have learnt a lot from him so he does not have a problem with us at all" they added.
The duo further revealed that they are music producers who have recorded songs for top Ghanaian artistes.
They revealed that they had produced beats for Shatta Wale, Ebony, EL, Joey B, Pappy Kojo among other top musicians.
Dope Nation noted that while producing music, they decided to venture into singing as well which seemed to have taken them to another level.
According to the duo, it is through their hard work that Richie Mensah of Lynx Entertainment signed them onto his record label.
They stated that with Lynx, they are hoping to take their music career to the next level, since the record label is a good one.
Answering questions concerning the VGMA in which they lost in the category of best group, Dope Nation admitted that they could not have won that category.
They disclosed that the support that the Bethel Revival Choir had was more than what they had.
Dope Nation admitted that even though they lost out on the best group award, they are poised to reach far with their career.
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