The once harmonious partnership between skitmaker Cater Efe and emerging music talent, Young Duu, has taken a new turn with Young Duu claiming his song, Oyimo, has been hijacked and performed without his consent.
The rift stemmed from Young Duu’s departure from Zee Nations records, owned by street music star, Portable, who was once his mentor.
Finding himself without a musical home, Young Duu sought refuge and support for his career, meeting Cater Efe, who pledged to propel his musical journey forward.
Under Efe’s assistance, Young Duu released the track “Oyinmo,” receiving promotion and even a music video.
However, the camaraderie appears to have dissolved as Young Duu alleged that he has been sidelined since “Oyinmo” gained widespread popularity.
Expressing his frustration, Young Duu accuses Efe of performing his song at shows without involving him, suggesting a disregard for the song’s rightful owner.
Drawing parallels with his past experience in a former label, Young Duu expressed disappointment in Efe, questioning the sincerity of their collaboration.
“They have started performing my song at shows without carrying me along. This was the same thing that happened to me in my former label.
” I thought Efe was a good man, but he has shown me he’s not one,” laments Young Duu, highlighting the perceived betrayal that has dogged their once-promising partnership.