Busted: Social media users accuse Abyna Morgan of stealing Kelvyn Boy’s song (+ songs

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Historically, Kuami Eugene of Lynx Entertainment fame is number one when reminiscing contemporary musicians who take delight in song sampling or otherwise music theft.

READ ALSO >>> Stop Sampling, Be Original – Kofi Kinaata Advises Kuami Eugene

As a result, Ghanaians especially social media users are of the view that Kuami is not that talented but only rides on people’s songs to elevate his status.

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But it looks like Abyna Morgan who’s well known for “Tsi Ohe” popular song wants to come to the rescue of Kaumi Eugene in reference to song sampling.

This is because a new song dubbed “Woa” from the camp of Abyna Morgan can be linked to “Mea” song by Kelvyn Boy. This copyright infringement was recognized and identified by Ghanaians on social media moments after the release of “Woa” by Abyna.

READ ALSO >>> After the era of Ebony, all the female artistes have been lazy – Songstress Abyna Morgan (+ screenshot)

According to the social media users, there’s no clear cut difference between “Mea” song by Kelvyn Boy and that of “Woa” by Abyna Morgan if one is to listen to both songs with rapt attention.

See screenshot below:

Abyna Morgan accused of music theft

Abyna Morgan accused of music theft

Watch official video of the song under discussion by Abyna Morgan below;


“Mea” by Kelvyb Boy below;




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Ghana's realest blogger whose motive in the game is to eliminate all forms of lies and deceit masterminded by Ghana's celebrities or whatsoever in the showbiz industry through blogging. My style of presentation is unique as you can feel the flow, cohesion as well as punch lines without fear or favour. Follow @Adu Sarpeah on Facebook or via Email sarpeah@ghbase.com

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