G-Worldwide acts, Kiss Daniel and Sugar Boy have been called out by The Silent Music Company for song theft.
According to the label, the track Kilamity which belongs to one of their act, Barz, was stolen by the G-Worldwide talents Sugar Boy and Kiss Daniel. The label claimed that Barz featured Sugarboy on the song last year in June, but was unable to get him appear in the video, due to his G-Worldwide’s“policy on featuring”.
This was made public via an official statement they released on their Instagram page. The statement reads;
We at “The Silent Music Company” TSMC, will like the general public to be aware of the injustice brought our way by G worldwide Ent, home record label to Kiss Daniel and Sugarboy.
A song titled ‘kilamiti’ was created by our artist BARZ @iam_barz, produced by LuisAMG@luisamgondeck and had Sugarboy @sugarboygww of G worldwide featured on the song.
We contacted Sugarboy’s management when we wanted to drop the song back in June 2016 and we have chat evidence of sugarboy telling me and I quote “my management get strict policy on featuring. Abi u don see kiss daniel on any song wey dem feature am? but una fit drop the song, i no go fit dey the video sha”
The song was later dropped on all the major blogs in Nigeria, Ghana and UK and promoted on June 11 2016. Most of the radio stations in Nigeria have played this song, the video was also shot by Director Q and dropped November 2016 without sugarboy involved, and the video has been promoted and played on vaious platforms and TV stations.
Today a copyright of our artiste’s song was dropped by Sugarboy feat Kiss Daniel titled ‘Kilamity’ as against “Kilamiti” with the aid of same producer LuisAMG. (We also have prove of online banking transfer showing we paid off the producer for his job done).
We are making this press release because we want the general public to know the injustice which have been done to us and our business.
We definitely will have our lawyer look into this matter and will share with the world on its progress. Thank you for your time.
An official response from the G-Worldwide camp has not been given yet but The Silent Music Company, claim they have evidence to back up their claims.