Kiss Daniel and Sugarboy have been accused of stealing their newly released single ‘Kilamity’. The G-Worldwide stars collaborated on the new single, which was released by the label online on Monday, March 20, 2017. The song was produced by LuisAMG, and is expected to be housed on Sugarboy’s forthcoming debut album “Believe”.
Record label The Silent Music Company (TSMC) has called out G-Worldwide Entertainment acts Kiss Daniel and Sugarboy over alleged theft of its artiste Barz‘s song – ‘Kilamiti’.
According to TSMC, Barz featured Sugarboy in the song which was released in June 2016, explaining that Sugarboy said due to his management’s “policy on featuring” he won’t be in the video. TSMC claimed the video was shot without Sugarboy, adding that it was released last November.It however, claimed that Sugarboy and Kiss Daniel released “a copyright” of Barz’ song with the title “Kilamity” which was produced by the same LuisAMG who produced “Kilamiti”. The video of the song was released via Youtube, and Sugarboy was not present in it. At the time of this report, it stands at just over 3000 views.
Read their statement posted on Instagram below on the same day, March 20th 2017:
Pulse Nigeria reached out to Louisa Williams, the lead talent manager at G-Worldwide entertainment via the phone, and she declined to comment on the story. “Sorry, we will not be commenting on this story,” she said.
Pulse has also reached out to the producer of the single, LuisAMG, and at the time of this report, he is yet to respond to inquiry, though his social media pages still aggressively promote G-Worldwide’s ‘Kilamity’, via Instagram and Twitter.
Source: PulseNG Music Buzz