Dammy Krane Accuses Davido Of Unpaid Debt
Dammy Krane, a Nigerian singer, has asked Davido to compensate him for his contribution to the song “Pere”
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Dammy Krane took to Twitter on Monday, September 19, 2022, to demand that Davido pay him for co-writing the hook for his single ‘Pere,’ which includes American duo Rae Sremmurd and rapper Young Thug.
Dammy Krane stated in the tweet that he had spoken out about the split sheet and unpaid payments but had received no answer, prompting him to tweet.
“My Blooda @davido Run the check I don reach out to people over the years based on split sheet & outstanding, No response , we no gats Dey get this convo here,” he tweeted.
The Nigerian music landscape was recently shaken by a nasty feud between Carter Efe and Berri Tiga over their song ‘Machala.’ Their failure to reach an agreement resulted in a legal dispute for ownership.
While Dammy Krane’s case is not as convoluted, it demonstrates that the commercial aspect of his donation was not smoothed out.
The controversy surrounding Dammy Krane’s contributions is not expected to follow the same course as those of Carter and Berri. But it will be interesting to watch how it plays out.
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