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


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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