Hamba Wena hitmaker Deep London is breathing fire as he sues a Nigerian artist for copyright infringement.

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Deep London Sues Nigerian Artist

Nigerian musician Super Smada decided to hop onto the smash hit Hamba Wena and add a little Nigerian touch. He removed Boohle’s vocals and inserted his. His remix is titled Smada Eh.

Instead of the lyrics saying ‘Hamba Wena Hamba Haa’, Super Smada’s song goes ‘Smada eh, Smada Haa.’


Deep London Sues Nigerian
Deep London Sues Nigerian Artist [Image: @supersmada/X]


Despite his song being catchy and going viral, Super Smada did not formally approach Deep London and Boohle’s before remixing their song .

Deep London got wind of the song and he was furious. People encouraged him to sue the Nigerian artist and he took heed.

Deep London took to X:

“Can you please at least respect South Africans? The legal action against this @SuperSmada have been taken. This guy will pay…This is copyrights infringement.” 



Boohle also expressed bewilderment on hearing how her chorus had been pimped by Nigerian Singer Super Smada. She exclaimed:

“Smada what!!!!!??” 


Mzansi Speaks

South Africans on X expressed mixed sentiments as Deep London sues Nigerian artist Super Smada for copyright infringement.


“I smell a good remix.” 


“You salty the Yam Eater went hard on the song”. 


“You must sue for 100% ownership and make money from streaming and performance of the song he released.”


“Not in Nairas he must pay in Rands 😂😂😂🔥” 


“There’s a difference between “smada eh” and “hamba wena” in my books.”


“Most of us know your music because of smadathegoat and this is how you choose to say thank you?” 


“This isn’t copy right Infringement. This is creativity 😂😂👏. You all can’t take Amapiano beat anywhere, let Nigerians do the work for you.”


“And make sure to charge 500 Million Naira , they have money from drugs those ones.”




By Rumpel

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