Simba G at it again
By Showbiz Writer
Barely a week after a feud with chanter Doubles Marange over non completion of a fully paid up video, video producer Simba Gee (real name Simba Gwati) has reportedly slapped (pun intended) more artistes.
Musicians Faith Candy and Bazuka are the latest casualties.
The two are embroiled in a bitter wrangle with Simba Gee formerly of Trae Young’s TMG Records.
Faith Candy and Bazuka accuse Simba Gee of not adhering to contractual obligations after he was fully paid to produce a DVD album titled Ndisiyei Zvangu.
The DVD album was done by Faith Candy and Australian based Bazuka.
The duo told Showbiz that Simba Gee removed their videos from You Tube.
“Our videos are being played on ZBC TV and the songs from the album on all radio stations and Simba Gee has the guts to remove the videos from our You Tube Channel. We are disappointed as you know digital marketing is the in-thing,” fumed Faith Candy.
Bazuka added that they paid up the youthful producer all his dues.
Simba Gee acknowledged the differences but downplayed the gravity of the fall out.
“Well, it was a slight misunderstanding. I removed the videos temporarily because I wanted to rebrand my logo and Faith Candy and Bazuka thought I had been paid to sabotage their works. I have met her and called Bazuka and we are talking over it,” said Simba Gee.
However Faith Candy and Bazuka insisted that they suffered a big blow.
“The videos were enjoying a lot of views in line with our plans of clinching a deal here (in Australia) but his actions derailed progress and we are not happy,” said Bazuka in a telephone interview from his Australia base.
Meanwhile, Faith Candy scooped an award for the best collaboration at the Marondera Music Awards held recently. She was rewarded for her efforts on a song called Ndiregerere that she did with Marondera based dancehall artiste Junior Vibes.
The song is on the Candy Buzz riddim recorded at Bazuka Studios.
Simba G at it again