After gospel singers Bahati and Willy Paul made headlines for all the wrong reasons, comedian Eric Omondi embarked on a mission to have the two bury the hatchet and get back together.
After thrilling fans in London early this week, Ugandan sensational heartthrob Jose Chameleone took a plane and flew directly into the country where he has been for the better part of this week.
Our Sunday evening was interrupted by a ruthlessly-worded Facebook post that Bahati wrote accusing Willy Paul among other things of stealing his songs.
Bahati and his nemesis Willy Paul have been the subject of discussion since last weekend after the former launched a harangue towards the latter for what he says is consistent stealing of his songs from producers and altering them to make them his.
  Rabbit and the two TPF 6 finalists, Amos & Josh, teamed up late last year to release a tribute song to fallen Kenyans of all classes. The trio has once again teamed up to make headlines, this time round invoking the powers of con preacher Victor Kanyari.
When the list of the highest music earners came out, late last month, an unlikely contender made it to the top.
Recently, cases of music theft have been on the rampant making us wonder whether some artist are actually thieves masquerading as musicians.
From humble beginnings as a house help, Nyota Ndogo has grown to become one of the biggest voices from the coast and in Kenya.
  Willy Paul and Bahati have been embroiled in controversy since last weekend when the latter accused the former of conspiring with producers to steal his songs and making them his own.
Last weekend, gospel singer Bahati accused his ‘rival’ Willy Paul of stealing his music. I wasn’t surprised. Even before the bold accusation was tabled, word around the grapevine was that ‘Tam Tam’ singer was a crook. He goes about his plagiarism business with the flawless execution of an El Paso bandits heist.
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