He likes 'stealing' songs: Nigerian artiste Oduma Essan explains suit against Kuami Eugene for song theft

He likes 'stealing' songs: Nigerian artiste Oduma Essan explains suit against Kuami Eugene for song theft

  • Nigerian artiste, Oduma Essan, has detailed why he decided to sue Kuami Eugene
  • In an interview with Doreen Avio, he questioned the tendency of the Ghanaian artiste to 'steal' songs from other people
  • Essan also added that the habit of the Lynx Entertainment artiste has to end

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Nigerian artiste, Oduma Essan, has lashed out at Kuami Eugene for repeatedly 'stealing' songs by other people.

In a new interview with Doreen Avio of JOY News, he wondered out loud if other artistes face the same allegations of song theft as Kuami Eugene does. His comments come following reports that he had sued the Lynx Entertainment artiste for copyright infringement.

He likes stealing songs; Kuami Eugene blasted by Nigerian artiste Oduma Essan
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The Open Gate hitmaker has been accused of using songs by both young and old songwriters, and music producers including Roland 'Roro' Ackah, the producer of Okumchola by the late Seth Frimpong.

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"Okay, let me ask you a question, in Ghana, which artiste is doing this kind of perpetual attitude Kuami Eugene is doing? This is the time to put a stop to this bullsh*t," said Essan

He also questioned the statement by Richie Mensah that there is no copyright issue as far as he is concerned.

In other news, Ghanaian artiste, King Promise, has been praised for his determination following a recent meeting between himself and Grammy winner, Burna Boy.

On June 10, 2021, YEN.com.gh reported about the meeting of the popular artistes in Nigeria. They are seen in a video working together in a studio, and then later at an establishment that looks like a club.

Sharing his thoughts on the development, Edward Acquah, a New Republic newspaper reporter praised the Tokyo crooner for his perseverance in reaching new audiences with his craft.

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"King Promise’s tenacity really speaks volumes on why he is still relevant in the industry. He is really loved by Nigerians. His songwriting prowess is always on point," shared Acquah, the former producer of 'Kasapa Entertainment' on Kasapa 102.5 FM.

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