Singer Becca has taken time to digest challenges about her single ‘No One’ which she produced about 3 months ago.
Talking in an job interview, with Abeiku Santana, the songstress reported she could not comprehend critics chastising her amid claims that she sampled South African singer, Sho Madjozi’s, ‘John Cena’ tune.
Though there are similarities among John Cena and No A single, Becca reported it was due to the fact she was hoping a genre of new music identified as Gqom.
She stated that it is an digital dance songs that emerged in the early 2010 from Durban, South Africa.
The ‘African Woman’ singer reported individuals didn’t even know the partnership she had with Sho Madjozi nevertheless, they went forward to make assumptions.
“So Madjozi owns the music and she has not occur out to say nearly anything? In this digital environment? It’s been a few months considering the fact that I produced the song.
“There are various genres of songs. In South Africa, there are a lot of beats there. I selected to do Gqom beats. If you listen to the two songs, they all audio alike. If we engage in 10 Gqom beats, you will be thinking if they are all the identical tune,” she explained on All right FM.
Becca disclosed that when folks were being bashing her in Ghana, the song was trending at variety two in South Africa.
Questioned why she did not come out to handle critics earlier, she reported, “if there was the will need for me to educate, they could have enable me. There were much too quite a few enemies pushing the agenda. God has ways of doing it the melodies and beats may audio alike just like the way shirts can seem very similar.”