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Known as Skales, Raoul John Njeng-Njeng, has opened up that he didn’t copy Olamide in the making of his new music video, ‘Agolo,’ but there is nothing bad if artistes inspire each other.

Reacting to speculations that his latest music video, Agolo, was a ‘photocopy’ of Olamide’s Wo, the Shake Body crooner told Sunday Scoop, “Because artistes inspire each other, I will never go against anyone who says I copied Olamide. He has always motivated me. I recently told the story of how he paid for my music video. He also told me that I have inspired him in so many ways. But he was not the first person to shoot a street video. Before I even released the video, we had a conversation about it. I didn’t try to copy anyone; it was just an inspiration. Next year, I plan to do more music that is relatable to the people on the streets because, at the end of the day, they are the people we do music for,” he added.

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Skales Known as Skales, Raoul John Njeng-Njeng, has opened up that he didn’t copy Olamide in the making of his new music video, ‘Agolo,’ but there is nothing bad if artistes inspire each other. Reacting to speculations that his latest music video, Agolo, was a ‘photocopy’ of Olamide’s Wo, the Shake...