Friday, 11 December 2015

Dbanj's manager to Olamide: Stop stealing our songs




Music producer, Divine Austins, aka Deevee, who is also the official producer of D’banj, took to Twitter a few days ago to accuse popular rapper, Olamide, of stealing ideas for new songs from his boss.

In three tweets, Deevee claimed that Olamide had been stealing concepts from D’banj’s recording outlet, DB Records, each time he visited the place in the past.

 Punch gathered that he addressed  Olamide directly saying: “With due respect, have you run out of ideas? Every time you come to our zones, you always got to steal some idea. I won’t let this fly.”

The producer went on to provide a link to ‘Shake it’, a song by D’banj, which is one of the reasons for the outburst on the social media network. The other song believed to have been lifted off an original idea by D’banj and his team is Olamide’s ‘Don’t Stop’.

Then, as if sensing that his action might annoy his boss, he apologised to D’banj, tweeting, “I am very sorry boss. I mean no disrespect, but I have stayed silent for too long and I am ready to face the consequences for dropping the link.”

Olamide, who has just been named the Hottest Nigerian Artiste in 2015 by MTV Base, is yet to respond to the allegations and efforts made by our correspondent to get his reaction through his manager, Alexander, failed to yield positive results.

2 comments:

  1. Abeg eh, he's just luking 4 who 2 blame. Next he would say P-square have stolen his idea too

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  2. Which idea? Abeg they shuld give us better drama jhoor

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