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Keche claps back at Kuami Eugene’s songwriting claims with witty trolls

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Keche and Kuami Eugene’s feud over songwriting credits for the popular track ‘No Dulling’ continues to dominate headlines in the Ghanaian music industry. The disagreement between the two artists began when Kuami Eugene claimed that he wrote the entire chorus and hook of the song, which Keche disputes.

In a recent interview, Kuami Eugene suggested that Keche was taking credit for his work because they lack talent or feel inferior. This statement did not sit well with Joshua, who is one half of the Keche music duo. Joshua criticized Kuami Eugene’s claim, stating that they contributed more to the song than just the phrase ‘Otan bebrebe yi enti wo da aa wo da?’

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While the dispute has yet to be resolved, it underscores the importance of songwriting credits in the music industry. For the most part, proper acknowledgment of songwriters and their contributions can help avoid conflicts and controversies that can damage relationships between artists.

In the case of Keche and Kuami Eugene, there is no clear evidence as to who wrote the hook and chorus of the song. However, it is essential for all artists to recognize the value of giving credit where it is due, especially when collaborating with others.

The issue of songwriting credits has caused disagreements in the past, as seen in the cases of Obrafour and Mantse. In both cases, the lack of proper acknowledgment led to misunderstandings that took a long time to resolve.

In conclusion, artists should take songwriting credits seriously to avoid potential controversies. It is important to acknowledge all contributions made to a song, regardless of how small they may seem. This helps to foster a collaborative and respectful music industry that benefits everyone involved.

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