Well, it has become the new ritual in town where songs are meeting sudden misfortunes of copyright claim. Songs are being pulled down from YouTube day in day out. Artists have started complaining and are even sueing these hooligans who are responsible for these ferocious acts. Artists have started living in uncertainty and concern after yet another hit song was pulled down from Youtube.
As revealed by King Kaka on his facebook page, the song has been pulled down. This comes after Krispa Ndovu Ni Kuu song faced the same fate. Krispa was furiously demanding his song to be reinstated. The same has happened to King Kaka's "Fight song" which was released on July.
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Deyminbrown has caused another fuse by claiming copyright properties on King Kaka's song. The low-key musician has trembled this two stars. He runs a facebook page that has barely 200 followers. His youtube has not more than 400 subscribers. This defines how still young he is in music industry.
Rapper Krispah through his lawyer has announced that 'ndovu ni kuu' hit song is back to YouTube. The song had been pulled down after Dexter claimed copyright. Lejo who is rapper Kripa's lawyer made a statement in which he said the charges by Dexter had been dropped.