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Karma-Ann Swanepoel was the lead singer of Henry Ate, a South African rock band. She subsequently went solo, releasing her first album Karma in 1998. The South African-born singer shot to fame in the mid-1990s with hit songs such as "Just" and "Henry Ate".
Her musical style encompasses folk, acoustic, and South African harmony.
Civil litigation with Lil Wayne
Henry Ate's/Karma's song "Once" was sampled by Lil Wayne in the mixtape track, "I Feel Like Dying". The lawsuit accuses the recording artist of copyright infringement. Karma-Ann Swanepoel claimed Lil Wayne did not have permission to sample the song and is suing for compensatory damages. Lil Wayne did not profit directly from the song – it was leaked to the internet and passed via peer-to-peer websites and not sold on any retail album.
- Slap in the Face 
- One Day Soon (as Karma) 
- Torn and Tattered 
- 96 - 02 - The Singles 
- Don't Walk Fly 
- Working Title 
- Even If She Tried 
- Paper Cuts 
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