Nigerian artist, Chukwudi Ken Agali, also known as Chuddy K, has alleged that a certain label boss paid some radio stations to stop playing his songs.
Speaking during an interview with HipTV, Chuddy K claimed that it was because his song came as a threat to an artiste signed to the record label and because he sounded like the artiste.
He said, “They said I sounded like somebody in the industry and that maybe if I had come out before the person, they would say the person sounded like me. But at the time when my first single came out, it was a threat to someone’s record label and the person was paying many radio stations from playing my song.
“A lot of OAPs told me; I don’t want to mention names coz e go cause wahala. I don’t need all those things, make dem no say I dey clout chase, but mehn, e dey happen.” (sic)
Chuddy K further revealed that his release of the hit single, ‘Gaga Crazy’, forced the said artiste to release a single also.
“But the grace of God has always been with me. This is the kind of thing that makes a lot of artistes frustrated, and the next thing they are going into depression and taking their lives,” he continued.
“I don’t even need to call his name, but today, is the person number one in the industry? NO! The person is not with the artist right now. Why do that to your fellow human?” Chuddy K stated.