Musicians wrestle over Kea Gana hit

Thabang Garogwe
Thabang Garogwe

Thabang Garogwe, whose hit song Kea gana earned him three nominations at the Botswana Musicians Union (BOMU) awards on its first month of release, has taken another musician to court for allegedly stealing his hot number.

The jazz musician is suing Bapaki Mmoloki popularly known as Tarz-B for copyright infringement, accusing him of copyinh Kea gana melody and used it in the song called BUIST.

Garogwe told Showtime on Friday that before taking the legal route he had tried to consult Tarz-B without success.

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