Suffix performing at Mbowe during the album launch

SUFFIX is angry at unscrupulous people who allegedly pirated his recently released album ‘Before i Sleep’.

The gospel artist launched the album which is his first on 5 May at Mbowe in Lilongwe.

The free show attracted people from all corners of Lilongwe and beyond. Many people say it was a huge success.

This, however, ended up in a somber mood as his album was apparently pirated right after the release.

Upon the artist taking to social media to express his worry over the treacherous behavior, some music fans responded.

One of the critics pointed out on Facebook that the Lilongwe-based rapper should not worry over the matter claiming the album was not the rapper’s original work.

Furthermore, the observer alleged that some songs in ‘Before i sleep’ were originally recorded by international artist.

He went on to say that an instrumental to one of the songs belongs to an international gospel rapper.

In reaction, Suffie, as he is fondly known, claims that he did not steal the concept entirely.

He points out he only got inspiration from Gemstones who did circles and wretched 32 who did 24 hours tour.

The saga has been followed by the ending of his contract with Bob Phondo’s Letswai. The development happened last week.

Under Letswai, Suffix released ”Den Ya Mikango”, ”Deathrone EP” and his debut album.

Many suggest that the two had disagreements which led to the split.

Suffix, however, denies the allegations saying he is still working with Letswai but not on a contract basis.






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