Underground Rapper Accuses Cassper Of Stealing His Song
Up and coming rapper from Tembisa, Stukz, is accusing smash hit maker and Family Tree CEO, Cassper Nyovest of stealing his song. Nhanhla Dlamini known as Stukz from Tembisa, said his fans woke him up on Saturday, a day after Caspper’s album, Thuto was released, and told him to listen to Baby Girl, saying it sounded “very similar” to his song, Don’t Go There.
The artist contacted media publication, The Sowetan, and told them that the song sounded much like a song that he had released a long time ago. He further said that he had sent the Tito Mboweni hitmaker the sample for the song and had never received feedback from Cassper’s team.
When he did not get their attention, he said he tagged them on links on his social media pages to listen to the song but still nothing. That’s when he decided to do his own thing and put the song out but got the shock of his life when he discovered that Baby Girl sounded hella similar to Don’t Go There.
It is not the first time that an undiscovered artist has complained about a more prominent artist stealing their music. We have previously seen reports of Prince Kaybee, Emtee and now Cassper Nyovest is being accused. What do you think? Is this legit or nah?
Listen to Stukz’s song here and tell us if they sound similar.