Days ago, official producer for Nigerian music star D’banj, Deevee call out Olamide on social media for stealing their music idea whenever he comes to their studio.
Ever since the allegation has surface online, the Baddo himself Olamide as distance himself from the accusation from Deevee, but the Banga Lee himself D’banj has come out to open more light on the viral accusation of copyright infringement.
The DB Records boss D’banj, in an exclusive interview with online news platform Naij.com, says that the claim is true and also reveals that there are several musicians that comes to his home studio.
” I didn’t know about the message from DeeVee but the truth is the truth. My house is open; I have songs you guys have not heard. I have songs that I’m about to release with producers you guys have asked me to work with. From time, anyone can come into my studio and listen to our songs and not just Olamide can come in. To me, it’s not stealing, I see it as inspiration.
This particular one, this is a line I have been saying for a long time, Shake it, don’t break it; it took your mama nine months to make it. I actually heard it from Prince Aremo Oniru. Even Baddo (Olamide) had played about it saying, “Baba if you no use this line I go use am o” but I said I go use am”.
Banga Lee himself D’banj, on monday had a private screening of his soon to-be-released visual EP titled “An Epic Journey”, as fans are anxiously waiting for its release.