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“Stop killing my fame, Aseda is not for Nero X” – Charsey

"Stop killing my fame, Aseda is not for Nero X" - CharseyCharsey, the UK-based Ghanaian rapper who surfaced the music scene after critics labeled his voice the “obidi-like” rapper is not happy.

Crying for hope that fans will clearly distinguish between the “born star” records and his own acheivements.
According to his team, the “Osey” crooner – Nero-X has taken all their shine since he was featured on their artiste’s record “Aseda.”




Charsey and his team claim that the “Aseda” song which he featured musician Nero X on is being credited to the latter instead of him.

Management of the musician revealed they have been inundated with calls from people requesting Nero X to perform the song, ‘Aseda’, at their events.

Aseda, a song released to thank God for how far He has brought Charsey, who is known in real life Charles Appiah.

The song was released late last year, 2015 and Nero X has since been performing the hit track alongside his other songs on several stages.

"Stop killing my fame, Aseda is not for Nero X" - Charsey

Nero X

Skido, manager of the artiste, explained to Myjoyonline.com that their main concern now “is about the ownership of the song because Charsey has been in the UK since the song was released.”




He said, “Nero has been playing shows with the track and because of that everyone thinks the song belongs to Nero. Charsey is being asked several times on the street, radio, TV interviews who the song belongs to.”
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