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Nameless Defends His Song “Am Good”, Says He Bought Beat License

Nameless
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Nameless
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So Nameless has come out to defend his latest song which he dedicated to his wife and children for their 13th Wedding anniversary.

This comes after a fan called him out for allegedly stealing the beats of the new song, ‘Am Good’, from a song by Tanzanian artist, Faccie titled ‘Njoo’.

“Beat sio yako ioo show some appreciation kwa mwenye wimboo,” a fan commented.

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Nameless quickly explained the song saying that the beat was bought from an instrumental website and he did not have an exclusive license.

“Sema kaka. The beat was bought from a instrumental website called Beatsbysv… Since I didn’t get an exclusive license, the beat has been definitely been used by many people… Mimi siwezi iba beat buda. Blessup… #Amgood ????,” Nameless responded.

These allegations come after Rapper Khaligraph and Willy Paul were accused of stealing beats and some lyrics from upcoming artists.

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Eva Nyambura

Written by Eva Nyambura

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