Malawian on social media are accusing gospel Hip Hop artist Suffix real name Aubrey Ghambi of sampling a song from South Africa’s Big Zulu.
On Monday, the Mkazi Wakumwamba hit maker dropped a tune which he featured one of the country’s big choir, the Ndirande Anglican Voices titled Mwandikondera off his yet to be released album.
In as far as the message is good as he is acknowledging the love of God and what he has done in his life, Malawians have noted something about the song.
From the instrumental and tune of the newly Suffix’s released track is of no different from Big Zulu’s Umuzi eSandton which he featured Lwa Ndlunkulu.
Sharing his views, Kabol Lombwe said the most celebrated Hip Hop star has shown lack of creativity in his recent tune considering that he is a big brand.
“Accept the fact that copying the whole song is not only theft but lack of creativity, Suffix is a big brand, a house hold name, we don’t expect this from him,” Lombwe said.
Another user Eugen Mulera claims it is the nature of suffix copying songs from other people.
Eugen Mulera; “Suffix does that all the time , ngati umasata nyimbo you know kuti amangomasulira nyimbo za maiko ena mkumazipanga chichewalize basi …. No wonder ma artist anthu they don’t survive pa international market.”
Penjanator Parakwat Chisi said as big as Suffix is in the music industry it is a shame that he copies from other musicians.
On his part Suffix said he is appreciating the feedback and will look into it.