Tanzania’s Rayvanny Responds After Being Slapped With Copyright Claims Over His Recent ‘Naogopa’ Release

Wasafi’s own, Rayvanny was accused of having ´stolen´ an upcoming bongo artist’s beats, only for the tables to turn, days later.

The upcoming artiste identified as Riser Star released a song one year ago. A song similar to Rayvanny’s most recent ¨naogopa¨ jam but apparently, the song is originally Rayvanny’s.

In an exclusive interview with Tanzanian media, Bongo 5, Riser Star begged for Rayvanny’s forgiveness for putting his name in bad light.

Bongo artistes; Rayvanny and his copyright claims counterpart, Riser Star

Star revealed that he fell so in love with the beats and the song that he took it up as his own and masses ended up believing that the song is actually his.

Not until Rayvanny released his barely 4 days ago on You Tube, than left many with raised eyebrows. Vanny Boy was now considered the ´bad guy´.

Rayvanny on the other hand,  seemed chilled out about the incident despite having had his name shone in bad light.

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Given a chance, Vanny stated that he would have sued the Iringa artist. But because he knows that legal charges will be too hefty for Riser Star to pay, he decided not to.

However, the ‘I Love You’ singer sent a word of caution to Riser Star not to try the move again because that is illegal to do.

Rayvanny further articulated that his brain is too young to start ‘stealing’ other artistes’ music, let alone upcoming talents who are trying to find a niche in the lucrative industry.




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