One of Ghana’s lyrically-gifted hiplife artistes, , has been accused of stealing songs belonging to upcoming artiste Osagyefo, now known as Osagy and another by name Tee Phlow.
Speaking on Flex on Pluzz, an entertainment review programme on Pluzz FM in Accra over the weekend, the budding artiste, Osagy brazenly accused of pilfering his song ‘Bossu’ which has the same arrangements and chorus settings as one of ‘s latest works also titled ‘Bossu’.
When the two songs were aired, the similarities in them were obviously striking and it was clear that one of them had stolen the song from the other.
Osagy claimed that he sent his song to some industry stakeholders for support, approval and possible feature on the song and was one of the people he sent the song to.
According to him, he was overly aghast when he heard the release of ‘Bossu’ on air as a song belonging to .
was not available for commentary on the accusation levelled against him by the young rapper who resides in the Volta Region.
It will be recalled that last year, young and enterprising artiste, Tee Phlow also accused of stealing the concept of ‘Alkayida’, claiming he () was the first artiste to come out with the song with the title when indeed, he (Tee Phlow) released his ‘Alkayida’ song right after the GhOne organized hip-hop competition dubbed ‘The Next Big Thing’, a competition he placed second.
follows the likes of Sidney, D-Black, Ex-Doe, Nana Boroo, Praye and the many others accused of stealing songs.
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