So I tried going through Spotify's method of reporting this, but apparently that only works if you are/represent the original owner of the song, so I'm just gonna copy paste what I said here.
This artist, Kong Song GR, has only one song. This one song is an exact copy of the song One Minute by Deescounted, and Kong Song's version was released 6+ months after Dees's. Google recognized it as Dees's when I played it for it, and as far as I can tell there is no difference between the two.
Deescounted's album: https://open.spotify.com/album/7mNuANkTy5JV3UxZVC1d9d?si=FSwyNgQ_QHOUf9J-JT1vjA
This honestly scares me, because the original artist has less than a thousand listens on each song, and this Kong Song group has over 22k. Really makes me worried for the little guys here.
So... Yeah. I honestly only found this out because I was trying to find the song on YouTube and discovered that outside of Spotify and a couple other sketchy websites, neither this group or this song under this name exist. Pls fix Spotify thanks
BTW I have no association whatsoever with either party
Edit: switched a link around by accident
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