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5 top Famous Ghanaian artists accused of musical theft

5 top Famous Ghanaian artists accused of musical theft

At the point when artists get blamed for literary theft, their imaginativeness comes into question and everybody especially web based life clients swim into the discussion about whether the music was deliberately taken.

Because of the confused idea of copyright law, most cases are tossed out or privately addressed any outstanding issues yet by the day’s end, the most ideal approach to judge whether without a doubt those melodies were copied is for the audience to recognize the similitudes without anyone else.

There have been huge amounts of such cases in Ghana where craftsmen are either blamed for taking beats or melodies having a place with other universal specialists.

By and by, Becca has discharged her first single for the year named, “Nobody” however contrasting hers with that of Sho Madjozi’s ‘John Cena’ one could spot significant likenesses.

She is as of now enduring an onslaught for testing the mainstream melody including the beat however what isn’t clear is whether Becca looked for the authorization of the South African craftsman or not.

Becca isn’t the main craftsman to have encountered this as a few other Ghanaian performers have additionally been in a tough situation for copyright encroachments.

These Ghanaian performers have been gotten out for taking others’ melodies or beats.

Shatta Wale

Shatta Wale declared that he has recorded a melody with Jamaican artiste Vybz Kartel titled “Mansa Musa Money”. Hardly any days after, a Nigerian craftsman called Danlil is blaming the dancehall craftsman for taking his yet to be discharged melody. As per Danlil, the tune title and the spread craftsmanship were completely replicated from his unreleased tune expressing they were both done in November 2019 and even shared an image to back his case.


The honor winning Ghanaian rapper went under exceptional examination when he was blamed for taking Belizean performer and maker, Ivan Duran’s beat for his hit melody “Someway Bi.”

The said beat initially showed up on Umalali’s “Mérua” which was recorded in 2009 yet M.anifest’s “SomeWay Bi” was discharged in 2013. The Ghanaian rapper was quick enough to have recognized Ivan Duran for the melody.

Kuami Eugene

He was blamed for taking verses for his hit tune ‘Disarray’ from a Malian performer and furthermore for taking the verses for his ‘Wish Me Well ‘melody from Nigerian rapper, Ice Prince. As per reports, the rap line “mu keka me ho nsem like I recorded with a taken mic” was taken from Ice Prince’s In the Morning track which initially states “‘People will diss me like I record with a taken mic”.


Asem discharged a Hip-Hop hit track titled “Show Something” in 2012 and it had huge airplay. Hardly any weeks from that point onward, a Ghanaian rapper situated in Chicago, USA blamed Asem for taking his beat. As per the rapper, Purp’man, he utilized the beat for his” YU bore” tune which he discharged before Asem discharged his.


A cautious examination of the two tunes, Becca’s “Nobody” and Sho Madjozi’s “John Cena” calls attention to some conspicuous likenesses, including the beats.

Sho Madjozi’s “John Cena” melody has earned 12,147,083 perspectives on YouTube after it was discharged in August 2019 however months after the fact, Becca’s tune which is to some degree an adjustment of Sho Madjozi’s well known tune is out and effectively advanced on the entirety of her internet based life stages.

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