Fena: I did not steal ‘Sema Ng’we’ song – VIDEO
Urban soul singer and song-writer Fena has categorically denied claims that she stole her latest hit song Sema Ng’we from K Soja Mwanajeshi.
K Soja Mwanajeshi took to Fena’s YouTube comment section and claimed that Fena stole a version of his song Sema Ngwee.
“… U have great music… But why go duplicate our song… Everybody knows Sema Ngwee was done by us… Now everybody thinks it’s a remix without us… U should atlst reached us… Even the studio u recorded the song everyone knows ksoja and SISO…,” wrote the artiste.
In an interview with Nairobi News, Fena said that she wrote the song herself after some of her colleagues dared her to.
“The song is just me having fun because I’m going through a phase that I’m just having fun making music, and during the industry night tour we were hanging out with other musicians and we started saying Sema Ng’we as a joke and I told them to dare me and I will write a song called Sema Ng’we. So when we got back to Nairobi I went to Pacho, who is a producer, and told him that I wanted a mainstream song. Soon we played with some words and that’s how the song came to be,” she said.
Fena is not new to Kenyan music industry and is best known for her singles Fenamenal Woman, Brikicho, Jabulani and African King off her debut album Fenamenon.