Tanzania’s Harmonize Facing Copyright Allegations From Kenyan Rapper, Stivo Simple Boy

News just in is Harmonize has stolen from Kenyan upcoming rapper, Stivo Simple Boy, the slogan ¨Inauma but itabidi uzoee¨.

In a short Instagram clip, the Kibera-bred rapper, broke the news to the world after Kenyan fans raised a red flag regarding the theft claims.

According to the ¨Mihadarati¨ hitmaker, him and his management have been receiving constant calls and messages about Konde Boy´s disrespectful move.


Stivo Simple Boy with fellow artist, Byzzo the baddest confirmed that no one approached them neither sought permission from them to use the viral slogan.

Fans were calling me, sending messages saying our song was stolen by Harmonize. Ever since we uploaded the song, we have not received any communication from Harmonize team.

The young rising rap star added:

Habari ndio iyo,
Hii inauma but itakua ngumu kuzoea

However, the two urged the public to calm down as the management sorts out the issue.


The line ¨Inauma but Itabidi Uzoee¨ is a slogan invented by the Kibera rapper and used in his most recent track.


The embattled bongo song is Konde´s first 2020 track dubbed ¨Hainistui¨ which towards the end, makes use of the slogan ¨Inauma but Itabidi Uzoee¨.


This comes in as the second act of plagiarism by Harmonize coming from the Kenyan music industry.



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