Jaywon calls out D’banj over intellectual property right
Jaywon criticizes D’banj over intellectual property rights.
Oluwajuwonlo Iledare, better known as Jaywon, has challenged singer Daniel Oyebanjo, better known as D’banj, claiming infringement on his intellectual property.
Jaywon stated D’banj called him to beg his artist to drop his song, but they respectfully declined.
Surprisingly, D’banj proceeded to release the song without their permission.
He chastised the “Oliver Twist” crooner, saying that he and his managers could do better.
In his words;
“After calling to ask my artist to drop his song and we refused your offer then you went ahead to release the song. Abah @iambangalee and management. You can do better”.
- Nigerian Artists who have been accused of Copyright Infringement
- Nigerian artists who fought and later settled their beef
Interestingly, D’banj just released his 2022 debut single titled “Face SHow” which features Skiibii and Hollyhood Bay Bay.
It’s however uncertain if this song is the one Jaywon is referring to but Mp3bullet.ng will keep you updated for more information.
In other news, Jaywon has released his long-awaited studio album titled, “Jahbalee“.
The new body of work narrates the factual existence of the different kinds of love – Jaywon’s line of thoughts glides through money, women, brotherly vibes, and much more.
It examines the singer’s unrelenting passion for music – gnashing his way into different blends of genres.
Being a 14-track LP, Jaywon outstandingly takes us into an interpersonal & intrapersonal mode of communication – depicting his in-depth knowledge of street music and urban vibes.
Although the majority of the tracks are love-themed, Jaywon was still able to pull some moral vibes like, On God which features Fameye, and Just Thinking which features Ghanaian wordsmith, Medikal.
Other features on the project include Timaya, Portable, Seyi Vibez, Jaywillz, Raybekah, and more. Jaywon affirms his stand with this new dispensation.