Renowned Zimdancehall chanter Seh Calaz is in a music plagiarism storm after his nemesis, Qounfuzed alleges that the Mabhanditi honcho stole his lyrics.
This came after Seh Calaz released a song titled Zvichanaka which is dedicated to comedian Mai Titi.
The song has the same intro word for word as Qounfuzed’s Hupenyu Mutoro which was released in February this year.
Qounfuzed claimed that Seh Calaz’s camp had asked him if they could remix Hupenyu Mutoro and he refused, then the next thing he found out his lyrics were used on the new song Zvichanaka.
They had asked me if they could remix Hupenyu Mutoro and ndakaramba then next thing I heard my lyrics on his song, said Qounfuzed.
“I’m not surprised that a lot of my work and ideas are stolen all the time and I must say when the people you least expect steal your ideas it just shows how much important I am to the genre.”
“I am a creative genius I’m not just a Zimdancehall artist so the creativity is timeless.”
Qounfuzed and Seh Calaz have had a sour relationship and their beef goes far back 4yrs ago when the latter was punched at a concert at Harare Gardens.
However, Qounfuzed said that has not yet made a decision on whether to take legal action against Seh Calaz or not.
Efforts to get a comment from Seh Calaz were fruitless as his mobile phone was not reachable.