Kodak Black has reportedly been copying Santana and has accused the rapper of stealing his song “Walk” for use in his new single “Spin.”
Santana leveled the charge against Black in the comments section of an Instagram post. When the claim was made, many individuals on social media began seeing parallels between the two songs. Continue reading to learn more about the most recent events.
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Santana claims that Kodak Black stole his concept for the song “Walk”
The Shade Room started it all by posting a photo of Santana and Black dressed similarly and asking their audience to vote on who they preferred. While people debated which costume was superior, Black simply rejected the photo, adding “All lives count” with an orange heart and a shrugged shoulder emoji.
Santana, on the other hand, told a different narrative. The 29-year-old lyricist responded with “#TSBroStoleMySong,” referring to the release of his song “Walk” in June 2021. Black released a new track titled “Spin” last month. The word “walk” appears several times in each song’s chorus.
“Uh, okay, ho, yeah, I know that you can talk/ You talkin’ all that stuff, but let me see if you walk/ Uh, let me see you walk,” Santana begins his song, which translates to “let me see you walk.” (Walking, walking)
Though the words and rhythms of the songs are diametrically opposed, they share a visual aesthetic: both feature a model on a runway.
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Many commenters agreed with Santana that the two songs bore too many similarities to be a coincidence. ‘The same words, but two different moods,’ one of your fans observed.
The fact that they continually do the same thing does not imply that they are pursuing the same goal. “Santana walk is for the ladies, yak walk is for the gang,” said another user. Simply said, “they’re different.”
One listener even speculated on where Kodak might have gotten the idea for his song: “Kodak is from Florida, and Florida is known for dancing, therefore I’m fairly convinced the inspiration came from his own city.” Nobody wants to deal with a sarcastic Santa. In actuality, no one knows who that is. “Only in the virtual realm.”
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A recent media sensation for attacking BET’s Hip Hop Awards. However, the 25-year-old has been in the news for quite some time. He chastised BET for awarding Latto Song of the Year at the 2022 BET Hip Hop Awards.
To express his displeasure, Kodak, who was also nominated in this category, took to Twitter, writing, “The Woman Empowerment Sh*t Kool.” Don’t expect everything to be handed to you; you’ll still have to work for it. Just because they’re a woman doesn’t mean you have to give them everything. Then instead of that terrible a-hole Mutt, you should have given Glorilla Song of the Year. Do you see any parallels between Kodak’s Spin and Saucy’s Walk?