ndovu ni kuu

Khaligraph Jones has assured fans that ‘Ndovu ni Kuu’, a hit song in which he and Boutross Munene were featured by Krispah, will be back on popular streaming platform YouTube.

“It is unfortunate that we get to this level of jealousy from fellow artists. The copyright strikes are not legitimate; even Mejja was a victim of such circumstances, so it is something that is happening now in the industry,” the 32-year-old told journalists.

The song, which had garnered 3.5 million views on YouTube, was deleted over copyright claims by an upcoming artist, Dexta Briyanka a few days ago.

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According to Christopher Thande Githara aka Krispah, the copyright strike was fraudulent and driven by malice. “I am a music producer, I mixed and mastered the song and I made the beat, so how does someone claim that my song is his?” The ‘Ndovu ni Kuu’ hitmaker said on his Instagram page.

Ndovu ni Kuu Lyrics

According to the plaintiff to Dexta who also claims to be an ambassador of the Kenyatta University institution, the song ‘Ndovu ni Kuu’ was not only a copyright infringement on his song but was also a threat to the institutions brand image

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The up-and-coming artist alleged that the school’s applications for admission dropped greatly as a consequence of the song’s lyrics.

In the song, the artistes sing: “Mtoto wangu akiitwa KU ntakataa. Hakunaga masomo KU nmekataa. Unapeleka mtoi first year introduction. Baada ya wiki mbili ashajua reproduction.”

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