Singer Tip Swizzy Copy and Paste Maserati Beat

One can presume that the day singer Tip Swizzy chose to leave Eddy Kenzo’s camp birthed a new era of his music struggles. The singer who has been upcoming year in year out has recently chosen to defy
copyright law to duplicate other people’s music beats and rhythm. Here is Idege.

Featuring upcoming artiste Wizkeeber, Tip Swizzy recently released a new song dubbed ‘Idege’ a replica of ‘My Miserati’ a popular song by Nigerian Afro-Pop singer Olakira whose real name is Adelusola
Ebenezer Adefemi.

Idege as produced by producer Delete, Tip Swizzy simply translated the song and maintained the beat and the progression from the start to the end without changing a thing and he never credited the original composers of the song not what so ever.

It is now becoming a trend for Ugandan musicians to infringe on foreign artist’s copyrighted works and make their own without any penalties. International Copyright laws grant the owner exclusive right to
reproduce the original work, distribute reproductions, display, and adapt the original work.

In Uganda, Copyright law grants authors, artistes, and other creators protection for their literary and artistic creations, generally referred to as “works”. But for Ugandan artistes, they remain defiant.

Idege is available for download.


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