AWARD-WINNING producer and club DJ Prince Kaybee is accused of stealing a song.

Up-and-coming Sharpeville rapper Samuel Mokhele claims the Free State-born DJ stole his song Wajellwa, which won him many awards.

“Prince Kaybee stole my concept and even had the nerve to admit that publicly when I confronted him on Twitter,” Samuel said.

Kaybee demanded that Samuel prove that the song belonged to him.

“As long as he can provide proof, then I’ll comment. Till then, I won’t comment on the issue. I made the song two years prior to its release,” said Kaybee.

Samuel, aka “JustSam”, said he tried to engage Kaybee, but the DJ ignored him.

“I play around a lot with music. I did a track using one of the international beats and released the song in 2013.

“In 2014, I met Cassper Nyovest at the Castle Lite music tour in a bid to do a remix, only to find that he knew my track and was interested to be featured on it,” said JustSam.

JustSam said Cassper was supposed to be on the remix of the track, which also featured DJ X Angel, who helped him build his brand at the time.

“We had to remake the song on the new beat as the first one had an international beat. I was shocked to learn Kaybee had a track titled Wajellwa.

“I asked Kaybee on Twitter how he came up with the concept of the song. But he lost it and told me I was mad – he made the track blow up and I had failed to do so. “I was defeated and wanted to forget about music,” he said.

When told JustSam was a hip hop artist, Kaybee said as a house producer, he’s not inspired by a hip hop song.
Cassper was not available for comment.