Eddy Kenzo, Gasha

Eddy Kenzo denies claims of royalties theft from Cameroonian singer Gasha’s song Chill

Singer Eddy Kenzo has denied allegations of appropriating royalties from Cameroonian singer Gasha, born Gah-Ndo Ashuembom Amabo, related to their joint music project dubbed “Chill”.

Gasha recently expressed her dissatisfaction with Eddy Kenzo on social media, revealing that she felt exploited by him for almost a decade without receiving compensation for her contributions to their collaborative music project “Chill” in 2015.

In a detailed social media statement, Gasha disclosed that she had invested over USD 2,000 in the production, video, and promotion of the project. The song was subsequently uploaded to Eddy Kenzo’s YouTube channel due to its wider audience, a decision that was mutually agreed upon by both artists.

Despite accumulating 5.1 million views on YouTube over 9 years, Gasha claimed that she never received any royalties from the project. She accused Kenzo of wrongfully claiming ownership of the project, uploading it on his various music streaming platforms, and incorporating it into one of his albums.

Additionally, Gasha acknowledged her mistake of not formalizing any agreements to secure the USD 2,000 payment, cautioning other artists to avoid similar oversights.


In response to the allegations, Eddy Kenzo pointed out that the song garnered 5 million views on YouTube, questioning the financial benefits of such views.

He clarified that Gasha’s management handled the song’s distribution globally after its release, emphasizing that his only gain from the song was the YouTube views.

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Eddy Kenzo also refuted claims of demanding money from Gasha before their collaboration, explaining that he was in the United States at the time and needed to extend his stay, for which they paid USD 1,000.

Furthermore, he emphasized that he has never requested payment from any collaborator for creating music with any musician.


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