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South African music producer, Grasp KG has opened up on his alleged rift with singer Nomcebo Zikode after their “Jerusalema” hit.

 

KG who produced the music, informed DRUM that they’ve a misunderstanding which could be resolved. He additionally admitted that they’ve not spoken for a very long time. 

 

The music producer mentioned; 

 

“There isn’t any drama with me and Nomcebo, only a misunderstanding right here and there.

“The problems are together with her and Open Mic, not me. We don’t have a difficulty, effectively, from my facet. She mentioned she was not paid. On the finish of the day, the masters are owned by Open Mic, each her and I are simply performing artists, and they should resolve the difficulty with splits and stuff.

“We haven’t spoken in a very long time, I see her posts and I like them. I additionally perceive that she is busy, and we’re all the time touring. Possibly quickly, when the matter is resolved we’ll get collectively and rejoice the success of the music.” 

 

KG additionally mentioned he’ll prefer to work with Nomcebo sooner or later. 

 

“I might positively prefer to make extra music with Nomcebo sooner or later. She has her personal distinctive type and her personal manner of constructing issues occur. I consider the success of the music was not from one facet. It was me and her getting collectively and making it occur.” he mentioned

“Jerusalema” is the largest music the 2 of them have launched to this point. Ordinarily, it ought to have been a trigger for unity and celebration. Nevertheless it has in some way divided them.

 

In July 2021, South Africans had been startled after Nomcebo revealed that she had not been paid her royalties regardless of Jerusalema’s worldwide success.

 

Issues obtained heated when Grasp KG shortly took to his Twitter to denounce the claims, alleging that the vocalist had acquired cash, however later deleted his tweets. He accused Nomcebo of being grasping for allegedly demanding 70% royalties from the music as a substitute of the agreed 50%.

 

Responding to this, Nomcebo made it clear that the producer was not her boss and that her challenge is with the file firm.

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