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    Burna Boy, Other Afrobeats Artists Stealing from Fuji – Veteran singer, Remi Aluko

    Veteran singer Remi Aluko has accused Burna Boy and other Afrobeats artists of stealing chorus patterns from Fuji music.

    He claims Afrobeats artists have taken a lot from Fuji, particularly chorus rhythms.

    Remi Aluko shares his thoughts on what he perceives as a show of originality and uniqueness in the Fuji music world.

    The fuji’star specifically named Burna Boy, whose onstage persona he asserted is unique because it was inspired by fuji

    In a recent interview with Echo Room, Remi Aluko said:

    “Afrobeats artists are stealing from Fuji music. They know that.

    “They stole a lot of things from Fuji music. Part of Afrobeats song chorus is from Fuji music. Burna Boy for instance, his stage performance is totally unique because it’s inspired by fuji.”

    In another news, Remi Aluko had claimed that their songs used to be 5 mins long before Wizkid’s impact.

    Fuji maestro Aderemi Aluko, better known as Remi Aluko, spoke in a recent video on the impact of his junior colleague, Ayo Balogun Wizkid on the Nigerian music industry.

    Aluko, who battled partial blindness in 2013, a guest on the EchoRoom podcast, revealed the Nigerian Star Boy, changed the style of recording songs in the industry.

    The Fuji star disclosed that songs used to be five minutes long before Wizkid came with his style.

    According to Remi Aluko, Wizkid reduced the length of songs and made other artists realise it was possible. Explaining the Star Boy record label boss style of recording, Remi Aluko said:

    “Wizkid was the one that changed the method of recording songs, before songs used to be 5mins long until Wizkid came and made it shorter with his style.”

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