Nameless facing accusations of stealing new song’s beat days after Willy Paul faced similar accusation

Nameless has been called out for ‘stealing’ the beats of his new song, the veteran musician dropped a new jam dubbed ‘Am Good’ a few days ago.

The accusation come only a few days after a certain artist by the name of Gee Bwoy claimed that Willy Paul stole the song ‘Bora Uhai’ from him.

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A fan commented on Nameless’ post on Instagram claiming that the singer stole the beats of his song from a Tanzanian artist called Faccie.

“Beat sio yako ioo show some appreciation kwa mwenye wimboo. The original song is called Njoo by artist Faccie from Tanzania,” a certain Peterabdalah commented.

It didn’t have exclusive license

Nameless promptly responded to Peterabdalah explaining that the beat was bought from a instrumental and that he used it because it didn’t have an exclusive license.

““@peterabdalah sema kaka. The beat was bought from a instrumental website called Beatsbysv… Since I didn’t get an exclusive license, the beat has been definitely been use by many people… Mimi siwezi iba beat buda. Blessup… #Amgood ????,” Nameless responded.





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