Melvitto is a Nigerian multi-talented artist in the United Kingdom, recently engaged in a public spat with Afrobeats sensation Oxlade over releasing a new tune. Melvitto has released a new EP named ‘Overdose,’ which includes the single ‘Folasade,’ which features Oxlade. The song’s appearance on the CD has sparked debate because it appears Oxlade and his crew did not vet the tune.
In response to a Twitter user who asked if Oxlade had cleared the music, Melvin admitted that it was inserted without his knowledge or approval. Melvin explained that he chose revenge for his decision to make another video for ‘Wait For You without his permission. Following some back and forth between the two artists, Melvitto said he ordered his label to remove the song, resulting in the EP’s removal from Spotify.
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Melvitto indicated that he plans to re-release the EP on Spotify after eliminating ‘Folasade,’ the subject of the copyright infringement accusation. Oxlade Responds: In a related development, Oxlade has stated that he would not be tricked by Melvitto as long as he lives. As long as I breathe, your dad will not reap me again,” he said, indicating that the situation was far from over.
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Ikuforiji Olaitan Abdulrahman (born 22 April 1997) is a Nigerian singer and composer signed to Troniq Music, Epic Records in France, and Columbia Records in the United Kingdom. He gained notoriety after the release of “Away,” named one of Rolling Stone’s 50 greatest songs of 2020. In July 2022, Oxlade was selected as the inaugural Pandora Africa’s Next Artist.
He released “Ku Lo Sa” for Colored Studios on June 10, 2022. Following its release, a live-performance video was posted on Colors’ YouTube channel, with over 1 million YouTube views as of July 14, 2022.
It debuted at number 11 on the Official Afrobeats List Top 20 chart on June 19, 2022, and reached number 8 one month later, on July 10, 2022. On July 11, 2022, it made its first appearance on the TurnTable Nigeria Top 100 list, where it debuted at position number 66. He The inaugural Pandora Africa’s Next Artist was chosen on July 13, 2022. During their conversation, he discussed the continual influx of budding musicians in Nigeria and building a name for himself in America, Afro-pop, and his progress as one of Africa’s fast-rising stars. Then, on Pandora Africa’s Next Radio, he sang “Want You.”
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