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GNL Zamba Defends Fik Fameica

“Copy And Paste” Is Not Bad-GNL Zamba Defends Fik Fameica

Rapper GNL Zamba whose real name is Ernest currently in the United States of America has come up to defend lugaflow artist Fik Famieca


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GNL was the founder of baboon forest Entertainment Crew which is based  in Uganda

GNL recently came out and talked about the copy and paste issues concerning the Fresh talent Fik Fameica known by his big hit “Kutama” that is still booming and viral up to now.

Fameica is one lucky singer from Kawempe who was just an ordinary fashionist  but later discovered his talent in music. Many people call him copy and paste artist which he admitted on an interview he made on Spark TV.

It does not matter whether I copied and pasted the way Ugandans call it, the good thing my funs like my music and so proud of it, that’s what matters to me. The fact is, I copy and paste.” Fameica commented that.

When the hiphop artist GNL Zamba heard about this, he immediately highlighted about that issue to Ugandans at large.

“Artists like 50cent made a career off mix tapes and performed these songs before they were elevated to produce with Dre. The list is too long …honestly. Drake, lil Wayne, Big pun, Run DMC performed Curtis Blow Beats before rising to greatness so why fret on Fameica. Let him live!!.”Zamba said.

The legendary known hip hop artist  GNL defended Fik fameica about the ongoing attacks that he copy and pastes songs from other artists.

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