Nov 30, 2013
News of an ordinary, talentless rapper stealing bits of somebody else's music is about as fresh as sour milk wrapped in a shitty diaper, but when the same gangsta notoriously rips off the same band, we've got a problem.
In a recent post found on Blabbermouth, German rapper Bushido (real name: Anis Mohamed Youssef Ferchichi), for the second time in six years, is accused of having stolen music from the black metal band Dimmu Borgir, this time for his new song "Leben Und Tod Des Kenneth Glöckler" (English-language translation: "Life And Death Of Kenneth Glöckler").
Bushido's track — which will appear on his upcoming album "Sonny Black" (due in February 2014) — clearly borrows the musical theme from the Dimmu Borgir song "Dimmu Borgir", which is featured on the Norwegian group's 2010 CD "Abrahadabra".
Problem is, Bushido isn't even bothering to cover his stolen tracks, as pretty much all his song contains is the sample of the lifted choir and a beatbox with a freaky german rapping spiel.
Hope this time Dimmu Borgir sues and wins!
Check out both tracks below and compare:
(BTW, as of this post, 6,489,030 views of the rapper's shit cover of Dimmu (released on November 22, 2013 and only 183,572 views of Dimmu's song (released back in 2010).