Omer Nadeem Claps Back At Sonu Nigam For Stealing His Song ‘Aey Khuda’

“At Least Toss A Little Credit To The OG Track”

The music industry has long been a space where inspiration flows across borders, bringing diverse musical influences together. However, controversies often arise when similarities between songs become too apparent. In a recent turn of events, acclaimed Indian singer Sonu Nigam is facing accusations of song similarity with Pakistani singer Omar Nadeem. This incident has reignited the age-old debate on cross-border influences in the music industry.

Omer Nadeem whose 14-year-old song Aey Khuda has been plagiarized by T-Series. The song, now titled Sun Zara, has Sonu Nigam lending his vocals. The credits to Sun Zara don’t mention Omer Nadeem or even his record label anywhere which makes this even more sinister.

Nadeem took to Instagram and broke his silence on all this with a post.

I’ve reached a point in my life where I couldn’t care less about these things. But hey, if you’re going to do it, at least toss a little credit to the OG track. If you’re gonna pull this off, could’ve at least done it with some finesse. Huge fan of Sonu Nigam, but let’s be real, this is light years away from the real deal.

Class response from Omer. He rightfully called out Sonu Nigam for not even bothering to give credit to the original with a cheeky remark at the end comparing the quality of the two music videos.

The music video was released 3 days ago and has already amassed 1.3 million views, almost three times that of Nadeem’s original song from 2009. It is truly disheartening to see Bollywood so rampantly plagiarize the work of Pakistani artists with no consequences whatsoever. These plagiarized songs are also bound to outperform the originals they are copying from considering the huge audience at their disposal.

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