Pull down your song or else: Stivo Simple Boy to Harmonize

Stivo Simple Boy (PHOTO/COURTESY)

Stivo Simple boy has come out to accuse bongo flava star Harmonise of stealing his song ‘Inauma but itabidi uzoee’  which features Byzzo the baddest.

The singer took to his social media handle where he accused the Kaina hit maker of sampling his song without authorization.

Hata mimi nimeshinda kupigiwa simu natumiwa matexts mafans wanasema ngoma yetu ya ‘inauma but itabidi uzoee’ imeibwa na harmonize bana. Na kutoka si tuupload hiyo ngoma hakuna mtu yeyote amewahi tuomba ruhusa kutumia hiyo ngoma hata tumeongea na management yetu tumewauliza kama kuna communication imefanyika but wamesema hakuna tho wanaendelea kuchunguza. So venye si tuko hapa hatujui anything na hakuna mtu alituomba ruhusa,” said Byzzo.

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The alleged song that Harmonised is accused of sampling is ‘Hainistui’ which the Tanzanian crooner released earlier this year.

In the song the former WCB signee uses words such as ‘inauma ila itabidi wazoee.’ Words that according Stivo are same as his and therefore breaches the copyright violation act.

The Uno hit maker is yet to respond to this claims.

This is not the first time that  Harmonise is being accused of stealing a song.

Last year Kenyan producer Magix Enga accused the him of stealing his beats. A move that saw YouTube pull down his song ‘Uno.’

According to Enga the WCB signee stole the song from him,  “alleging that the hook and beats used in his song were the same as that used in his song with King Kaka Dundaing.”