Our Naija brothers don do am again ooooo…
They are doing it again… taking advantage of their big music market and appropriating something which is originally Ghanaian as theirs.
DJ Breezy got Ice Prince for appropriating his Tonga beat without giving him credit.
In Ice Prince’s ‘YAWA’ featuring Perruzi one can not mistake the Tonga beat.
Smfh !!! How u fit do copy and paste like that ? 🤦🏾♂️ if it’s a cover y’all wana do, then give credits to the originator !!! pic.twitter.com/CmqYKc60XB
— DJ BREEZY GH (@iamdjbreezygh) October 15, 2018
… and now the original
Ghanaian twitter community has been moving to the Nigerians, claiming all of Nigeria music is inspired by us.
This one dierrrr *Copy and Paste plus Format Painter*
— Nana Yaw AMPONSAH (@YSpecz) October 15, 2018
Like we’re almost in the same domain too o…if u want to steal song go seychelles or mozambique der err
— 𝕴𝖁.𝕴𝖃 (@s_3lorm) October 15, 2018
This is beyond stealing what!!!! @Iceprincezamani you be master thief😂😂😂
— Hakuna Matata (@hakuna36) October 15, 2018
Lol they need that to make it trend in Gh
That production was barrrrrd 🔥🔥🔥 eleleleey #onga
— Ramz Nic (@RamznicGH) October 16, 2018
Ice Prince better come through with the accolades for DJ Breezy and Joey B.