Kcee to feature One Republic on Ojapiano remix

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Nigerian Singer Kcee will feature American pop band One Republic on his Ojapiano remix.

Nigerian singer Kcee and Pop band One Republic announced via social media that they would collaborate on Kcee’s Ojapiano remix. Kcee shared a video on social media, a snippet of both parties’ recording sessions. He shared the video and captioned the post, “No sign of weakness! We are taking our culture to the world….. Ojapiano remix! got this one with my brother’s @ryantedder @onerepublic soon! OJAPIANO TO THE WORLD BMK TO THE WORLD”

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One Republic is a pop band formed in 2002 comprising lead vocalists Ryan Tedder and Zach Filkins, Drew Brown, Brent Kutzle, Eddie Fisher, and Brian Willett. The band has many hit songs such as Counting Stars, Apologize, Let’s Hurt Tonight, and much more. One Republic was recently announced as the headliner for the opening of the new Sunset Amphitheater in Colorado Springs which is scheduled for a grand opening in August. Ojapiano is a 2023 amapiano and electronic dance song.

In addition to his upcoming collaboration, Kcee has come under fire when his colleague Harrysong continuously called out Kcee and his brother and business partner, E-Money, over allegations of holding his musical rights. Harrysong also claimed he wrote most of the Kcee’s hit songs. Kcee replied, asserting that the accusations were baseless and implausible. During an interview on the Afrobeat Podcast he said, “When I won Star Quest, Harrysong was in the village with his grandmother. I did three albums with Kennis Music, did Harrysong write those? Harrysong has a problem, we need to pray for him. Jokes apart, we need to pray for him”.

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