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Contest:which Songs Did P'square Copy And Overlift In Their New Album?

ok now for you specialists at identyfying copyrazzi's, now a test- who can match the original copy (beats,or tunes) of p'squares track 1 to track 11 of their new album game over. anyone that provide the correct answers will win N1,500 worth of recharge cards. *serious*

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try gettin OD WOOD's Album. he is a jay town artist P SQUARE copied the guy's track named "why e be say"

same instrumentals, Chorus and lyrics the guy is planning to sue

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game over (track 2) sounds so familiar, cant place it yet

Special man (track 7) sounds like craig davids rendevouz

Stand up (track 9) reminds me of 2face

miss u die (track 4) still searching for the original piece

Despite the copyrazzi, ive got to confess im still loving the album and psquare

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The truth is most artist copy. i am into music production and i have heard some of their songs with similar beats somewhere. not ready to start matching and comparing. they aint the only ones. the beat of samboribo by sauce kid was a complete lift of remy ma's song but his rap is real tight. these copies are even better than the original. it is their singing to me that sets the difference. so lets not keep revisiting who they copied or not cos even in mixtapes you rap over someones else beats and they play it everywhere so to the average consumer its hard to even know who owns the song.

i would have dug in and done some research work if this thread reads nigerian artist and who they copied. singling out p square kind of makes me not interested in doing it cos they aint the only ones, so oga you can keep your recharge card for now but watch out 4 my new single

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i think some part in roll it - akon's i wana luv u

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get a job, or listen to good music, psquare put out good music, why do u worry about what dey copied? 90% of todays music in the world contain samples of older songs, so what does it matter?

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