Rema, the Mavin Records-signed singer, has accused DJ Neptune of copyright infringement.


In a Twitter callout on Friday, Rema said the disc jockey released their collaborative song on his new album without his consent.

The 21-year-old singer also wondered why Neptune would drop the collaborative project despite the fact that they had not spoken for some time.

“With all due respect chief! Dropped my old record without due process? I’m not happy at all. @deejayneptune,” he wrote, in a series of tweets.


“Don’t violate the codes, can’t drop my song without my notice, can’t even remember the last time we spoke big bro, I pleaded with my manager behind the scenes when y’all tagged me before it dropped, y’all still went ahead!


“C’mon nau! This game! Don’t ride on my humility. There are some things I can’t be talked out of and number 1 is my ART. If you’re not ok with it, then if it’s war it’s war. Don J go vex for me, Baba forgive me.


“But this no join at all. Take my sh*t down! I’m finna make new enemies after this, but God big pass industry.”

DJ Neptune released his sophomore album, the second volume of his debut body of work ‘Greatness’, on Friday.

The 16-track project features Laycon, Mr Eazi, Patoranking, Bella Shmurda, Adekunle Gold, Blaqbonez, and Rema.

Among other collaborations, it includes the track ‘ For You’ which is the joint song by Rema and DJ Neptune.

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