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Kuami Eugene Accused Of Stealing His ‘Wish Me Well’ Song From Nigerian Rapper, Ice Prince (+VIDEO, Screenshot)

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Ghanaian Singer and Songwriter, Eugene Marfo who is popularly known as Kuami Eugene has been accused severally of theft of music lyrics as he is been accused once again.

This seems to be tarnishing the image/brand of the talented artist as he is known for writing lyrics for the likes of Efya, Becca, MZvee etc

This time around he is accused of stealing Nigerian rapper’s song, Ice Prince.

According to a social media user, the Lynxx Entertainment signee is not talented as he only rides on people’s song to shoot to the top.

Kuami Eugene was accused some time back of stealing the lyrics for his hit song ‘ Confusion’ from a Malian Musician and he is today, accused by social media users of stealing the lyrics for his ‘ Wish Me Well ‘ song from Nigerian rapper, Ice Prince

Check out the Accusations by the social media fan:

‘Wish Me Well’ was a song Kuami Eugene produced in response to his critics who always mocked him for his bad sense of fashion and is currently enjoying massive airplay.

Browngh.com sighted a post on Instagram by year dose ( Rock3sixty.com) which accused Kuami Eugene of stealing the lyrics of Ice Prince’s ‘Juju’ Song.

He shared a video with the audios of both songs and with caption: “Eugene Is A Thief Who Confuses Stealing with Raw Talent
My notice has been drawn to the fact that Kuami Eugene, the newly crowned artiste of the year boastfully calling a good talent- Patapaa’s kind of music ‘noisy’. Well, that is really exciting to know to take into consideration Patapaa bring a new dance which gained global dominance and for a minute placed Ghana on the map. Kuami Eugene on the other hand m, despite dropping equally good bangers was found guilty of stealing and sampling tracks of well-known artiste from neighbouring African countries and with that being I was hoping not to get anything to say against him to say concerning his newly released track ‘Wish Me Well’, but it is quite unfortunate I was proved wrong after a research I made thoroughly the whole of today proved this thief of an artist actually stole from ‘dito-ditto’ from another African icon Ice Prince, without crediting him in any way or whatsoever in his work.

Quite unfortunate for this young chap, the internet made my research easy and I was privileged to google Ice Prince My brother which was a reply to M.I Abaga after M.I & Ice Prince had some issues to solve amongst themselves. This said Ice Prince track was released on November 20th 2014. So after taken a critical listen to ‘Wish me Well’ & ‘Brother'(which was a reply to M.iI Ababa) I can confidently say the hook of Eugene’s track was stolen from M.I
Fast forward to the rap line ‘In the Morning’ featuring Terry G which was also released on October 20th 2014 was also used by Kuami Eugene with him quoting a word to word line from the above track- ‘People will be dissing me like I rerecord with a stolen mic(Ice Prince) & Kuami Eugene said ‘& mu keka me ho nsem like I recorded with a stolen mic’. Such an artist feels he is better of than someone who was innovative enough to bring a new dance craze… Smh “

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