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Kamouflage said Gage Steals His Kitty Kat Song.
Upcoming dancehall artiste Kamouflage is saying that fellow dancehall artiste Gage stole his Kitty Kat Song.
Information which was sent to us here at dancehall reggae world from Kamouflage is that there was a little feud between him and Gage and that was when Gage stole his song.
Kamouflage Kitty Kat song was released in 2009 for Freeze Production. Listen below..
Gage's Kitty Cat song was released in January of 2014 produced by Full Charge Records. Listen below..
According to Kamouflage his song although it was released in 2009 is fairly new and it is getting major plays in overseas clubs and dances. He said 'Am still promoting it and its one of my stage show songs and I don't want people think i stole Gage song when he is actually the culprit'.
He went on to say that Gage is a copy cat he stole Alkaline and Tommy Lee Sparta style.
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