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An ongoing dispute and alleged music theft involving renowned performer Babes Wodumo and her record label, West Ink Records, has highlighted the need for meticulous musical audits by stables outsourcing music productions from producers.

Durban-based producers, the Distruction Boyz duo – Thobani “Que” Mgobhozi and Zipho “Goldmax” Mthembu – and their affiliate Woza Sabza, co-produced a beat that was used on Babes Wodumo’s song Intombi Yesgebengu. The beat was allegedly used without the creators’ permission, and they have now sought legal advice.

But the situation could have been avoided had

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