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Listen Up: Appietus copies ‘mujay baya’ on Remix of Becca’s ‘Forever’?

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Listen Up: Appietus copies ‘mujay baya’ on Remix of Becca’s ‘Forever’?

After coming under some public scrutiny for sampling South African  DJ Cyndo’s hit song, ‘Amerido’ for the smash hit ‘Move Back’ by 5five, producer Appietus may have just given his detractors more reason to speculate a dearth of creativity.  It appears that the producer, who now wants to be heard more as a vocalist, would be hitting listeners with his new style of speaking ‘gibberish’ in a rhythmic manner,  like he did on ‘Move Back’ on many tracks to come.

Appietus has done a similar sound on the recently released remix for Becca’s single ‘Forever’.  The Appietus Remix is an up tempo, techno infused take on the rather mellow original. Without saying much on the song, Appietus adlibs and mumbles a bunch of words and sounds along with Becca.  Is this the new style from the celebrated music producer? Or perhaps he has hit a brick wall with his creative juices. Listen up and be the judge!

02 Forever (Techno Remix) by AmeyawDebrah

Ameyaw Kissi Debrah, known professionally as Ameyaw Debrah, is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger, freelance journalist, and reporter.

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  1. nana

    February 27, 2011 at 12:59 pm


  2. pilot

    February 27, 2011 at 1:05 pm

    The song is still Becca’s..isn’t it…or Appietus has had another person singing Becca’s portion. Are you saying he has done a remix without Becca’s permission? lost here

  3. Iamjoey

    February 27, 2011 at 11:19 pm

    nice tune….tho…kudos appietus n becca..

  4. Kofi nti

    February 28, 2011 at 10:14 am

    I think this ‘gibberish’ of Appeitus only worked on mujay baya….its not working any longer..i wonder y kiki allowed him to do this…i shock for kiki waaaa!!!

  5. Charlene

    March 8, 2011 at 10:27 am

    haha it’s nice for Appietus to try and see what he can work with .. Mugyebaya was a great tune and great sampling. However with this, it’s just embarrassingly poor. he sped it up and groaned over the track, it doesn’t do the original track justice.

    He tried. I applaud the effort. But maybe as your article implies, it’s time to stop. Before it just gets frustrating.

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