Kida Kudz, a Nigerian hip-hop artist, has slammed Young John, a producer-turned-singer, for allegedly borrowing his terminology. He asserts that his trademark is the slang term “Jiggy,” which the Chocolate City musician frequently used in his successful songs. Additionally, John has changed his Instagram handle to Mr. Jiggy. In a now-deleted tweet, Kida Kudz advised the “Dada” singer not to use the tagline. Furthermore, he warned his colleague to exercise caution and remarked that he was not friendly.
Hopefully, the real issue is just the tagline and not something underlying like…jealousy, for instance. The last time we checked, the sky was vast enough for every bird. In addition to chopping off his locs out of the blue, Kida has been putting out new music. Only months ago, he released a new EP that caught some buzz. Similarly, Young Jonn released his second EP, “Love Is Not Enough Vol. 2,” a follow-up to the first EP.
Both projects from Jonn have hosted some hot songs that have topped the charts, like “Dada” from his first EP, which had Davido on the remix. The remix immediately blew up so huge it became hard to pick a fave between both versions. From his second EP came Uloma holding his heart hostage on the smash hit, “Xtra Cool.”