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I composed ‘Biegya’ for Criss Waddle – Stonebwoy Claim Ownership

Dec 15, 2017 | CitiFMonline
I composed ‘Biegya’ for Criss Waddle – Stonebwoy Claim Ownership

About a year after the controversy of who the original owner of the song 'Biegya' was, dancehall artiste Stonebwoy has revealed that he composed the song.

According to him, he composed the song and gave it to Criss Waddle because he felt he was the one who could perform better on the song.

Talking about how he arrives at the final product of his songs, he said he does a lot of assessment before he decides to jump on a song.

I have had a number of songs that after getting the creative idea, I realise that it is beautiful but I can't churn that out. A song like 'Biegya', I felt I'm not the one to churn out so I was like, 'Waddle, why not take this song so I'll be the one to feature on it?' I wrote the song. I didn't mean to say this but it's because you've asked me that's why this issue is out. I have written a couple of songs for some people. Sometimes, you tune it around a little to suit what you stand for,” he said.

He made this revelation when he spoke to Sammy Flex of Zylofon FM on their morning show 'Showbiz Agenda.'

Last year there was a tussle between Shatta Wale and Criss Waddle when Criss said Shatta had stolen his song.

Accordng to Criss Waddle, he was the first to have recorded a song with that title only so he was surprised when he realized Shatta Wale had a released a song with same title.

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