Friday, February 24 2012
Two songs, 'Sikyakaba' and 'Kanelage' were written by Nince Henry. Sikyakaba was produced by Paddyman and on listening to it, it was sounding more like Samalie Matovu's Omukwano Gunyuma.
Nince called Juliana and her producer and they agreed not to release the song and that Nince retains the song as his property. "I agreed with them that the song that we had done with Paddy should never be released" Nince said while speaking to one of the Kampala Tabloids.
Nince was not paid for that song though Juliana and the manager promised to compensate him through another song that he would write for Juliana. Nince went ahead and released his own version of 'Sikyakaba'
Nince was being blamed for the controversy and this is what he had to say; "I wrote that song and Juliana wanted it. After recording it, I discovered she didn't like it anymore. Since I had not been paid, I took my song and did it my self after agreeing that what she had recorded must not be released,"
Responding to this developing story, Juliana wrote on her wall; "
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