Jahbless Accuses Timaya’s Producer Of Beat Theft Over ‘Halleluyah’

By Editor   |   18 September 2015   |   11:18 pm  

JahblessFrom the looking of things, it appear a new beef is brewing in the industry as singer Jahbless has just accused Timaya and his producer of lifting the beat of his song Jeje featuring Oritsefemi and replicated it on the production of Timaya’s latest song Halleluyah.

He accused Brenda of jacking his beat and has threatened to take him to court. The JE Records singer went for Timaya on his birthday, September 13, 2015, accussing Jez Brenda, who produced his Hallelujah single of beat theft. He on his Instagram wrote: “Hey bro @timayatimaya who ever produced that your halleluyah jam should be jailed! He lifted the instrumental off my album, #iamme album track 2 Jeje ft @oristefemi…and gave it to you. I want to believe you know nothing about it cos with your years of experience in this game you should know the consequences of copyright infringements. Pls avoid such producers in future cos they might tarnish your image. And for you Mr. Producer, see you in court.”

Weekend Beat gathered Jahbless dropped his album ‘IamMe’ that has the song in question ‘Jeje’, produced by Krizbeat on May 29, 2015, while Timaya’s song ‘Halleluyah’ produced by Jez Blenda was released on August 15, 2015.

All effort made to reach the self-acclaimed Egberi Papa 1 of Bayelsa, who was recently alleged of rape offense in the United States as at the time of this report was unsuccessful as he could not be reached for his side of the story.



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