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G-Worldwide acts, Kiss Daniel and Sugarboy,have been called out on social media by record label, The Silent Music Company for alleged song theft.
According to the label, the new song from the acts, Kilamiti, belongs to an artiste under their label called Barz.
IN a statement released by TSMC, Barz featured  Sugarboy on the song, released last year June, but was unable to get  him appear in the video, due to his G-Worldwide’s“policy on featuring”. The video according to TSMC, was released last November.
It further, claimed that Sugarboy and Kiss Daniel dropped“a copyright” of Barz’ song with the title “Kilamity” was produced by the same producer LuisAMG who produced “Kilamiti”.
Read their statement posted on Instagram today:
We at “The Silent Music Company” TSMC, will like the general public to be aware of the injustice brought our way by G worldwide Ent, home record label to Kiss Daniel and Sugarboy.
A song titled ‘kilamiti’ was created by our artist BARZ @iam_barz, produced by LuisAMG@luisamgondeck and had Sugarboy@sugarboygww of G worldwide featured on the song.
We contacted Sugarboy’s management when we wanted to drop the song back in June 2016 and we have chat evidence of sugarboy telling me and I quote “my management get strict policy on featuring. Abi u don see kiss daniel on any song wey dem feature am? but una fit drop the song, i no go fit dey the video sha”
The song was later dropped on all the major blogs in Nigeria, Ghana and UK and promoted on June 11 2016. Most of the radio stations in Nigeria have played this song, the video was also shot by Director Q and dropped November 2016 without sugarboy involved, and the video has been promoted and played on vaious platforms and TV stations.
Today a copyright of our artiste’s song was dropped by Sugarboy feat Kiss Daniel titled ‘Kilamity’ as against “Kilamiti” with the aid of same producer LuisAMG. (We also have prove of online banking transfer showing we paid off the producer for his job done).
We are making this press release because we want the general public to know the injustice which have been done to us and our business.
We definitely will have our lawyer look into this matter and will share with the world on its progress. Thank you for your time

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    cause of any organisation and ensuring its sustainance and survival.

    That is why every organisation demands absolute loyalty from its members.

    In party politics, for instance, loyalty is of utmost important for the success of political organisation.

    Since 1999, loyalty and discipline have been lacking in the Peoples Democratic
    Party, PDP. Over the years, we have witnessed situations where everybody
    appeared to be a king maker in his own kingdom and there
    was so much power tussle, and moles abounded in the party.
    This situation has inflicted a lot of damages on the party and it did not recover until recently when Dr Goodluck Jonathan emerged, through divine intervention, as the President of the country and leader of the

    Since Jonathan?s emergence, the party has adopted different
    approaches to party politics, a sharp departure from what obtained in the past.
    Ahead of the 2011 presidential primaries of the party, there were sustained agitations from
    some Northern elements that the region should be allowed to produce the late
    President Umaru Musa Yar?Adua?s successor to complete his second term in office.

    But they were effectively countered by some influential individuals with political values
    across the country who rallied to the support of Dr Jonathan in his quest to contest the 2011 presidential election. They
    included state governors and other committed party chieftains across the
    country. Prominent among them were Governors Theodore Orji of Abia State, Godswill
    Akpabio of Akwa Ibom State, Ibrahim Shema of Katsina, Emmanuel Uduaghan of
    Delta State and Gabriel Suswan of Benue State.

    Ahead of the 2015 general elections, with
    oppositions already gathering storm against Jonathan?s alleged second
    term ambition, the President once again needs the support of his trusted allies to
    help his administration succeed on its mandate and to
    lead his troubled party in providing the country the
    leadership it deserves.

    It is expected that such allies should be men and women of character with sound track records of performance.
    It was these virtues which President Jonathan found
    in Governors Shema, Suswan, Uduaghan, Orji , Akpabio as well as Governor Isa Yuguda of Bauchi State
    that made him to recently appoint them into the national caucus of
    the PDP. It was a strategic appointment which the appointed governors, by all standards, merited.
    And it is expected that they would deliver considering their track records in governance in their respective states.

    The appointment has also placed new responsibility on the governors, especially Governor Orji, as he is now the
    ear and eye of the South East geo-political zone in the party?s
    inner caucus. It is also a responsibility all the party members from
    the zone have absolute confidence he will carry out with
    utmost commitment and dedication. The explicit confidence of President Jonathan and members of the party from the South
    East zone in Governor Orji?s abilities to galvanise and
    mobilise the party in the zone for unity of purpose ahead the 2015 general elections
    was as result of Orji?s humility, outstanding performance in governance against all
    odds and unquenchable desire for peace.

    It is believed that these sterling virtues, which have been part and parcel of
    Orji?s life right from childhood, first came to the President?s attention when he was the Vice President to the late Yar?
    Adua. Then most state governors, including those from Jonathan?s
    zone, had no regard for his office and his person. They abandoned him and were busy hobnobbing with the cartel running the government with Yar?Adua.
    But Orji who never believed in politics of desperation and suppression stuck
    with Jonathan even without any knowledge that he (Jonathan) would later emerge the President of the country.

    Not many Nigerians know that Orji is very close to President Jonathan and he has never allowed
    the good relationship existing between them to get
    into his head. But he appreciates the fact that it has gone a long way
    in helping to bring a lot of developments to Abia State. And this has encouraged him to carry on the onerous task of
    governance in the state despite provocations from certain elements who are desperately
    in search of political relevance. Orji has been able to avoid and
    survive all the political landmines laid for him
    by his predecessor, and thank God the state has been the better for it
    and has remained crisis-free. Major political stakeholders in the state which
    include Mr Ojo Maduekwe, Chief Onyema Ugochukwu, Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe, Senator Nkechi Nworgu, Senator
    Uche Chukwumerije, Chief Vincent Ogbulafor, Chief Emeka Nwogu, Adolphuos Wabara and others,
    who before now were tagged Abuja politicians and were always at loggerheads with the government of the state, are
    now under one umbrella of unity, courtesy of Orji?s politics of ?give and take?.

    This development made it possible for the party to contest the 2011 general elections in the state for the first since 1999 as a united family and emerged overwhelmingly victorious.
    It was the same bond that has kept the party intact in the state since then. No wonder when the
    former governor of the state, Chief Orji Uzor Kalu, attempted to return to the party through the backdoor, all the
    party stakeholders in the state strongly resisted it, because
    he (Kalu) did not follow due process. It is obvious that
    Orji has nothing against Kalu and nothing to fear if Kalu wants to return or if he returns to the PDP.

    But Kalu knows the right thing to do to be welcomed
    back into the party in the state. Whether Kalu should be allowed to return to PDP or not is not
    Orji?s sole decision, it is that of the party major stakeholders in the state and zone whom Kalu offended while he was the governor of the

    The thinking is that Kalu should simply set
    his ego aside, humble himself and apologise to party members.
    It is believed this will pave the way for his return to the
    party. The argument that Kalu is a foundation member of PDP holds no water, because
    ?I get am before no be property?. Besides, Kalu
    should realise that he is no longer a governor and
    that his successor and his office deserve
    respect from all. Why is it that of all the ex-governors in the country today, Kalu has been the only one fighting his successor and
    castigating the office of the governor with impunity, even when it is clear that
    his successor is a peaceful and humble man who can hardly hurt a fly.

    With Orji?s appointment into the PDP caucus, it is in the interest of all the party stakeholders in the zone
    to join hands with him to return the South East zone to the mainstream politics ahead 2015.
    This will attract more appointments and development to the zone before and after the 2015 general elections.
    The South East zone cannot afford to be in opposition because it is not
    in the tradition of the people. In any case, such has not paid the zone in the
    past and the present will not be different.

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