“I didn’t steal anybody’s song”- Dtunes

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Music producer, Doyin Adesanya a.k.a
D’tunes , has reacted to the allegation that he
sampled the hook of a song by an artiste known
as Portah (a Lead City University under graduate)
in his production of Sean Tizzle’s ‘ Perfect
Gentleman’ song.

The Ibadan-based up and coming musician had
accused D’tunes of downloading a number of his
songs under the guise of helping him get a record
deal, only for the producer to sample his hook on
Sean Tizzle’s ‘Perfect Gentleman’.


In his reaction to the allegation, D’tunes, who is the
CEO of Difference Entertainment, told NET: ‘I would
like to say it’s quite disheartening how people
manipulate the media to put out false ,untrue and
unfounded stories using my name and that of my
artiste Sean Tizzle to promote their brands. We
didn’t steal anybody’s song and would never do
such. It’s just really sad that people didn’t take
time out to even listen to the song before putting
out stories.’

He went on to add that: ‘We have actually been
busy putting in work on my producer album
coming out in 2015 and titled ‘Hands Of Grace.’
I’m also working on Sean Tizzle’s ‘One Africa
project’ and my good friend, Iyanya’s project,
we’ve been in the studio twice now and we are
cooking something special and ground-breaking by
God’s grace. It’s been a long successful career for
me and I am not in the business of stealing ideas, I
only tried to get a talented artiste a sponsor for his
career same as I have done for so many other
artistes, I wish everyone well in all their
endeavours.’

© NET Newspapers

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