Master KG, the renowned music producer, recently found himself amid controversy when claims arose that he had reworked the song “Keneilwe” by the original Dalom Kids without seeking permission.
Collaborating with Nkosazana Daughter, Master KG released the song last year, which quickly gained popularity and climbed the music charts.
In a recent article by Sunday World, it was revealed how the new Dalom Kids had allegedly deprived the original group of success and kept them in poverty.
This prompted a Twitter user to call out Master KG for not obtaining permission before working on the song. However, the DJ was quick to defend himself and dismiss the accusations.
Responding to the tweet, Master KG labeled the user a “clout chaser” and expressed his frustration with the misleading headline. He emphasized the importance of reading the entire story to gain a proper understanding, rather than simply seeking likes.
With his experience in the music industry, Master KG asserted that he wouldn’t engage in reckless actions. While the situation has caused some controversy, it’s important to remember that misunderstandings and disputes can arise in any creative field.
As artists collaborate and draw inspiration from each other, it’s crucial to respect intellectual property rights and seek proper permissions. However, it’s also essential to approach these situations with an open mind and consider the intentions and motivations of all parties involved.
Master KG’s response serves as a reminder that in the complex world of music, there is often more to a story than meets the eye. As fans, let’s continue to enjoy the music while also respecting the creativity and hard work that goes into its creation.
O bolela masepa and for likes read the story to understand not for likes,been in the music for sometime for me to do things recklessly https://t.co/QgEgugKBha
— MASTER KG (@MasterKGsa) January 28, 2024