Award winning dancehall musician Stonebwoy has a new song titled “We Move” out and fans are loving it for its uniqueness – thus patois on a drill beat.
The song is doing fairly well on streaming platforms and even has a video on YouTube but an issue has popped its ugly head up.
Stonebwoy has been accused of bullying and stealing the concept and rhythm for his new song from some two underground acts.
According to some twitter users, Stonebwoy’s “We Move” took its melodies and rhythm from a drill song titled “Ma Sparki” from an underground Kumerican rapper known as Click Huus.
The “Ma Sparki” song was released earlier in March and it features Kofi Mole and Yaw Tog but it did not do well in the music market.
It was also alleged that he picked the chorus, “We Move, we move, we move” from a song done by another underground rapper called Beatzhynez titled “We move”.
Read some comments below, listen to the songs below and tell us if it has any similarities.