Blackface, a veteran artist known for his role in the group Plantashun Boiz, has accused Olamide, the YBNL boss, and his signee, Asake, of plagiarizing his songs.
In a recent episode of The Honest Bunch Podcast, Blackface made these allegations, particularly singling out Olamide for stealing several songs throughout his career.
According to Blackface, “Olamide and Asake steal songs,” and he claimed that Olamide had copied the song “Don’t Stop” from his own track titled “Killa.”
Additionally, Blackface alleged that Wizkid and Burna Boy had copied their hit song “Ginger” from one of his own songs. He stated that “Ginger” was influenced by his track “Twist & Turn.”
Blackface asserted that not only had other artists borrowed his lyrics, but they had also taken inspiration from the sounds he had created.
These allegations have sparked discussions and debates within the music industry, with fans and industry insiders sharing their opinions on social media. Plagiarism and intellectual property disputes are common issues in the music industry, and artists often find themselves embroiled in legal battles over copyright infringement.