King Paluta Accuses Akwaboah Of Song Theft
Fast rising rap sensation; King Paluta, has accused multiple award winning singer-songwriter and producer, Gladstorm Kwabena Akwaboah Jnr., known by his stage name Akwaboah of song theft.
In an interview with Dave Hammer on Hello Entertainment, King Paluta explained emphatically that his song ‘My Lord’ which was released about 10 months ago has verses handpicked in making Akwaboah’s latest song.
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Buttressing up his point, the rapper made mention of music engineer King Collins popularly responded to as KC, a close ally who starred in the video for My Lord, and his direct involvement with Akwaboah’s “Posti Me” as a yardstick and conceivably leading to the stolen concept of My Lord.
King Paluta on Friday released another song which he labeled ‘Me Kron’ a freestyle addressing the said theft issue.
Kindy check both ‘My Lord’ by King Paluta and ‘Posti Me’ by Akwaboah and be the judge
King Paluta – My Lord
Akwaboah – Posti Me