‘Punguzeni mazoea’ – Otile Brown calls out Mbosso,Zuchu for allegedly sampling ‘Baby love’ beats

By , K24 Digital
On Wed, 10 Nov, 2021 14:35 | < 1 min read
A photo collage of Kenya's Otile Brown with Tanzania's Zuchu & Mbosso. PHOTO/INSTAGRAM

Award-winning and top artist Otile Brown has called out Tanzania artists Mbosso and Zuchu allegedly sampling his beats from his popular song 'baby love'

In their just-released song 'For Your Love', Otile questioned the originality and authenticity of the beats claiming that the Wasafi signees did not actually conceptualize the beats.

Taking to social media, Otile wrote a brief message to read;

"Punguzeni mazoea basi … Hio ni melody nzima ya baby love , if you know you know .. mnabahati sina utoto na roho mbaya .. anyways."

The song 'Baby Love' was originally released three years ago in July 2018 featuring his ex-lover Vera Sidika a hit that has since amassed over 16 million Youtube views.

Prior to this, Bongo fans attached to Otile Brown and Tanzania’s Diamond Platinumz reignited their feud with new allegations that Diamond sampled Otile’s beats in his song ‘Naanzaje’

Fans claim that the sample in question was taken from Otile’s song ‘Such kinda love’ which he originally released in May 2021 featuring his former signee Jovial a hit that has since amassed over nine million Youtube views.

However, neither of the two artists addressed the claim and both songs are still up on Youtube and has not been flagged for copyright infringement.