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Media reports have reported that the ‘Jerusalema’ hitmaker Kgaogelo Moagi (Master KG) is facing a plagiarism charge by Ntimela Chris Chauke who’s populary known as Chamza the DJ.

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Ntimeng Chris “Chamza the DJ” Chauke who has also produced songs for the Limpopo-based musicians such as King Monada is accusing Master KG of stealing his hit song.

The producer and DJ is demanding an apology from Master KG for plagiarism and not crediting him for the song where he features Nomcebo Zikode.

Chris Chauke is also demanding compensation for the work he did on the hit song.
The letter reads:

“Back in August 2019 our client Chris Chauke was contacted by Master KG and invited to come and record a track in Johannesburg Midrand to produce a song. Chamza travelled all the way from Limpopo to Midrand. Our client was responsible for originating the song. He also authored, composed and produced the original song (Jerusalema) which was released by Master KG and Open mic production.”

The statement also adds that Master KG did not contribute to the song in terms of creativity and that he (Master KG) was not even present when the hit song was arranged.

Chamza’s legal representative ‘Adams & Adams’ states that the artist decided to go back home and was hoping that the Jerusalema hitmaker will contact him when the song gets released.

The media also reveal that Chamza trusted that everything will go accordingly, and he will be compensated accordingly once the song goes viral on the market.

IAt is unclear if both Master and Chamza have come to an agreement at the time of publishing this article.

There has been no word from Master KG regarding these claims from Chamza the DJ.

Source : iharare


Yegbey Edem,popularly known as Kwame Taste is a Ghanaian, blogger ,radio personality,publicist,Online Influencer,Writer ,social media marketer and an event promoter.

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