Charambas, Jah Signal make peace after copyright row

Dancehall singer accused of stealing melodies from music couple in songs ‘Sweetie’, ‘Tengai Mafuta’

By Showbiz Reporter

Charles and Olivia Charamba have made peace with dancehall chanter Jah Signal after the celebrity music couple had accused the dancehall chanter of copyright infringement through stealing their melodies in some of his songs.

The Charambas posted on social media, images of them holding hands with the Stonyeni hitmaker in a public demonstration of a peaceful settlement to the row.

“My peace I leave with…Jn 14:27. Tava nokuyanana kwakanaka nemukomana Jah Signal. Blessings to him, his team and you all,” read the caption by the Charambas.

Jah Signal was forced to apologise last week after the Charambas had accused him of extracting melodies from the couple’s songs to produce his hits, “Sweetie” and “Tengai Mafuta” released in 2018 and 2023 respectively.

The song “Sweetie” which had garnered 6 million views was pulled down from YouTube following a copyright claim by the Charambas.

The Charambas later released a statement saying they did not intend to sue the younger musician for any financial gain but were only concerned about the non-consensual reproduction of some of their art.

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