Previous individual from ‘Plantashun Boi’, Ahmedu Augustine, prevalently known as Blackface, has debilitated to drag his previous companion and multi-honor winning artiste, Innocent Idibia (2face) to court for professedly taking his tune.
Blackface blamed 2face for taking “Let Somebody Love You”. 2face discharged the melody with Bridget Kelly, an American artist and musician from New York City, as a major aspect of his Ascension collection in 2014.
On Monday, Blackface took to online networking to make the charge.
“You singing #LetsomebodyLoveYou without letting me know when you know its my tune isn’t going down without the world comprehending what you and you supervisor efe been doing … am wanting una,don’t get it turned
After the Plantashun Boiz split up in 2004, Blackface led a solo musical career. He released the hip hop album Ghetto Child in May 2004 collaborating with a number of artists. The album contains “Hard Life” featuring Alabai as the first single. He also recorded a full album for his crew D Tribunal called What We Are.
After Ghetto Child, he released Evergreen, Jungle Fever, Me, Musiq and I, Dancehall Business and the prospective Defender. In 2013, he made a collaborative album 200 with Maine Eazz.
2face Idibia released his debut solo album Face 2 Face (2004), which established him as a viable solo artist.
Following the release of his debut album, he released his second album Grass 2 Grace in 2006, which contained hits “One Love”, “True Love, “4 Instance”. He is the founder of Hypertek Entertainment.
In 2006, his song “African Queen” was used in the soundtrack for the film Phat Girlz, which was released internationally.
He released a promotion album in 2008 called The Unstoppable releasing the single “Enter the Place”. Problems with album distribution in 2007 caused as shift of the release date of the album from 2008 to early 2009. In 2010, 2face released an “international edition” of the same under the title The Unstoppable International Edition making him the first Nigerian artist to have an appropriately priced international album.
2face released two more singles from the international version of his Unstoppable album. The international edition of the album won two awards at the 2010 SoundCity Music Video Awards. He also won the Channel O Music Video Awards Best African Western award and the MTV Africa Music Awards for Best Male and Artist of the year.