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Baby Egypt Fans Accuse Roddy Ricch Of Stealing His “Wit Da Gang”

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Baby Egypt is a rising hip-hop sensation from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, who spent much of his childhood in the Homewood neighborhood. He has lately signed a record contract with the Authentic Empire Music Group and expanded his reach to other countries. The young musician is resolute in his mission to infuse hip-hop with new ideas and uplifting energy, and he has high expectations that his work will serve as a source of motivation for other people.

 

Both “Wit Da Gang” by Baby Egypt and “Real Talk” by Roddy Ricch have choruses that are very similar to one another. Both of these songs are exactly the same in terms of atmosphere and beat. In point of fact, Roddy Ricch does a very good impression of Baby Egypt’s pronunciation of a few phrases throughout the song. After “Wit Da Gang” by Baby Egypt had been released for around four months, Roddy Rich released his single “Real Talk.”

 

These pieces of evidence go in a direction that strongly shows Roddy Rich stole the concept for “Real Talk” from Baby. The song “Wit Da Gang” was recorded by Baby Egypt after the death of his mother, who had been battling cancer. He subsequently dedicated the song to her memory. There are many other versions of “Wit Da Gang” that have been remixed by artists from all around the world. Blogs like as ThisIs50, AllHipHop, and Hip Hop Weekly have contributed to the dissemination of information. Is it safe to believe that Roddy Rich stole Baby Egypt’s song without getting permission to do so? Many people are under the impression that Roddy Rich stole the tune that Baby Egypt recorded.

 

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