June Shimuoshili and Jeoffrey Makubi
Dancehall singer Don Kamati has expressed disappointment in being left out of the shine of projects he’s put effort. Recently, the musician claims to have been left to eat the dust of his hard work in the second music video of hit song Soek Soek that features South Africa’s AKA.
The song by DJ Spuzza featuring artists Chester Housprince, Mega and Don Kamati was released late last year. DJ Spuzza and all featured artists who fall under house name Slaughter House allegedly released the first music video excluding Don Kamati.
Don Kamati claims not to have received communication in regards to the video and only saw it out on social mediums.
In recent times Don Kamati was also snubbed by afro-pop queen Sally Boss Madam after their hit song ‘Centre’ won the NAMA award. The artist claims not to have received any invitation to perform the song with Sally at this years NAMA’s. According to him, Sally only tagged him in an Instagram congratulatory post to their fans on her account.
Sally however deemed the allegations as news to her.
“It’s the first time I’m hearing about it. And which performances are there to do during Corona that left him out? I don’t recall,” she said.
Don Kamati’s new manager Jonas Nendongo did, however, explain at length and affirmed that Kamati’s career is on the steady rise and that people are taking advantage of him and his talent, while not receiving his dues.
“Spuzza’s team, as far as I’m concerned, had not contacted us but we were informed that he is on the upcoming soek soek remix with South African rapper AKA,” said Nendongo.
Nendongo, however mentioned that they are in talks with DJ Spuzza’s team to hopefully have Don Kamati recognized on the song.
In another incidence Nendongo noted that a Nigerian musician is currently taking credit for a song written by Don Kamati and they as well decided to leave him out of the video.
“We are taking legal measures against him and his team,” Nendongo said.
Concluding, Nendongo stated that under his management, the Don Kamati brand will be paying strict measures in all possible deals to be made going forth to avoid the Remy Martin singer being used.