Has the English singer Jorga Smith stolen the beat from South Africa DJ and record producer Heavy K and his compatriot Bucie’s “Easy to Love” song? South Africans think so, and they’re asking the “Ngibambe” hitmaker to sue Jorja Smith.
The singer stands accused of using the beat from “Easy to Love” for her “All of This” song with GuiltyBeatz. Joja Smith had shared a teaser of the song on Twitter, informing her fans of its availability.
Heavy K, who had apparently listened to the song, commented on it, imploring South Africans to come listen to what the English singer and songwriter has put out. “Dear South Africa , for the first time in my life, I’m asking you guys to park here.”
And indeed Mzansi gathered to listen to the song. The result was a wave of condemnation for the British singer, but many urging Heavy K not to let it pass but to sue her for all she’s worth. Below is Jorja Smith’s teaser and Heavy K’s response to it.
Dear South Africa , for the first time in my life, I’m asking you guys to park here. https://t.co/AwWstaqjGn
— HEAVY-K (@HeavykDrumboss) August 5, 2021
by the way, this isn’t the first time a foreigner artiste has stolen the works of a South Africa.
Well, what do you think of claims Jorja Smith stole Heavy K and Bucie’s “Easy to Love” beat? You’re welcome to join the conversation by dropping your thoughts in the comment section below