K.O Sets The Record Straight On SETE

He never dipped his hand in a cookie jar!

By  | Jan 18, 2023, 08:17 PM  | K. O  | Top of the

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Following the controversy surrounding the originality of the hit track, SETE. After numerous speculations suggesting whether K.O 'stole' the song or it is the producer that was to blame for the many iterations of the hit single. K.O has come forth to set the record straight.

Read more: SETE’s Originality Called Into Question?

Rapper K.O was found shaking in his boots after accusations speculating that he may have dipped his hand in the cookie jar where SETE was concerned. However, the rapper has come out of the woodwork guns blazing to put all the rumors and speculations to bed.

K.O did not beat around around the bush to defend his honor, creativity, artistry and overall his longevity in the music industry. He proceeded to highlight that he bought the SETE beat on an online platform. However, after learning that other musicians were already using the same beat, he then added his touch to it to it was uniquely his.

"UPDATE: Pt. 1: How artists/beatmakers collab in today’s largely virtual music industry… I bought the #SETE beat on an online platform via @Calliemajik ‘s page (original producer). Discovered other artists had used it so we replaced some of sounds to make mine unique" wrote K.O
Evidently, after buying the beats and adding his own beats to it, K.O hold full unlimited rights to the instruments. He never plagiarized nor stole SETE beats, following the accusations and speculations that suggested otherwise.

"Pt. 2: I hold full Unlimited Rights to the License of the instrumental I bought which is why the artists who also put out their own versions rightfully cannot disputed mine cos we’re all governed by the same or lesser Copyright. Normal practice in today’s music world Dankie" wrote K.O
According the Skool Of Rap, K.O was the most booked artist following his hit track SETE, where he featured amapiano sensation Young Stunna and rapper, Blxckie.

"K.O made R70 Million with SETE so far including airplays, bookings, streams and views. He was the most booked artist last with over 990+ shows excluding international bookings" wrote Skool of Rap
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