Blackface, Dammy Krane looking for cheap publicity –Paul Okoye

Paul Okoye

Paul Okoye of the singing duo, P-Square, on Monday had something to say about the new trend of musicians accusing each other of stealing songs.

According to him, musicians accusing their colleagues of copyright theft are simply looking for cheap publicity.

He wondered where people kept their songs before they were stolen.

The 33-year-old shared posted a stamp picture of the word ‘Cheap’ on Instagram along with the caption “I suppose mind my business ohh,  but this one na part of my business? …. Abeg all dis people wey de shout “dem steal my song” Abeg were una the keep am wey dem dey steal am??…. 2016 the year of cheap publicity…. lmao.”

His comment comes after dancehall act, Blackface, accused pop Icon, 2face Idibia, of stealing the song ‘Let Somebody Love You’ from him.

Blackface had also called out Wizkid for stealing materials from his single ‘Since You Been Gone’ off his Dancehall Bizness album to create the hit song ‘Ojuelegba’.

Another artiste, Dammy Krane, recently claimed Wizkid stole some of his lyrics and music ideas.

P-Square too have been accused several times in the past of lifting other people’s songs and making them into hits without due credit.