Breaking News: Amerado Accused of Stealing Beat from Fellow Artiste Kwame Yogot for Song Titled “Kweku Ananse”

In a stunning revelation, Ghanaian rapper Amerado has been accused of stealing a beat from fellow artiste Kwame Yogot for his recently released song titled “Kweku Ananse.” The controversy erupted after fans noticed striking similarities between Amerado’s track and a beat previously used by Kwame Yogot.

The beat in question, known for its infectious rhythm and captivating melodies, had gained significant popularity when Kwame Yogot released a song featuring it. Fans of Kwame Yogot were quick to point out the similarities, leading to widespread discussions on social media platforms.

Kwame Yogot, a talented artiste known for his unique style and lyrical prowess, expressed his disappointment in Amerado’s actions. He took to social media to address the situation, stating that he had created the beat exclusively for his own song and was shocked to hear it being used by Amerado without his permission or proper credit.

As the news spread, fans of both artistes voiced their opinions, with many expressing their support for Kwame Yogot and demanding justice for the alleged theft. Social media platforms were flooded with comments, with users calling for Amerado to address the accusations and take responsibility for his actions.

Amerado, who had gained recognition for his previous works, has yet to publicly respond to the allegations. Fans and industry insiders are eagerly waiting for his explanation and any steps he may take to rectify the situation.

This incident has once again brought the issue of intellectual property rights to the forefront of discussions within the music industry. It serves as a reminder for artists to respect the creative work of their peers and seek proper authorization when using others’ beats or compositions.

As the controversy unfolds, it remains to be seen how Amerado will handle the accusations and whether he will make amends with Kwame Yogot. The Ghanaian music scene, known for its vibrant talent, should continue to promote a culture of fairness and respect among artists, upholding the values of originality and ethical practices.


Kobby MadeIt is a Ghanaian blogger, artists manager, radio presenter and business man. CEO of MadeIt Records. A musical record label situated in Accra

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