You’ve probably listened to Krg The Don’s new jam with Arrow Bwoy dubbed Giddem. It’s really dope. Personally, I have had it on replay since it was released.
However, what some of you may not know is that there’s some controversy surrounding the song or at least the beat which was made by the very talented iLogos.
A few hours ago, Kelechi Africana, who is arguably one of the best vocalists in the country, revealed that the beat was initially his and was surprised when he realized that Krg had used it on his latest project Giddem.
The Ring hitmaker then decided to confront iLogos. In a screen recording that was posted on his Instagram page, the former can be seen asking the producer why he gave out his beat without telling him.
Apparently, Kelechi Africana’s former manager had taken him to ILogos’ studio and promised to pay when the song was completed but he failed to honour his word.
When he failed to honor his word, the producer sold the beat to another person which turned out to be Krg The Don and that is how Giddem came to be.
Surprisingly or unsurprisingly, Ilogos has been found himself in a similar situation before. A few months ago, he was embroiled in a war of words with Naiboi after he sold a beat that he had made for him to Arrow Bwoy.
He claimed that the 2 In 1 hitmaker had refused to pay him for 10 songs that he had done for him and when he saw that there was no light at the end of the tunnel, he used the beat to make Arrow Bwoy’s toto.
Watch the video below.