By Our Reporter
Looks like the rift between singer Bruno K and Black Markets Records is not about to end anytime soon. YouTube pulled down the former’s song that he did with Nina Roz dubbed Nipe love.
According to Bruno, the song was dragged down after Cedric Singleton, the owner of black market record reported to YouTube claiming that for the ownership of the song.
He also cleared that his contract with the record label had ended some time back but he doesn’t know why they are claiming a song that doesn’t belong to them.
“The gentleman CEDRIC SINGLETON CEO Black Market Record is trying to steal what belongs to me and Nina Roz. He reported our song on YouTube and it was taken down claiming he owns it. I recorded this song in 2018 before I even started working with his label. I paid the studio bill to 0 shillings so I don’t know what he is claiming because he funded nothing. We hustle to finance our music projects only to be robbed by people like Cedric,” He said through his social media
“Shame Upon you BLACK MARKET RECORDS. You people want to steal my song in broad day light. You went ahead to upload a demo that isn’t mixed or mastered on your YouTube channel and you call that being professional?” Bruno K shared.
Bruno added: “Ladies and gentlemen if you check out the audio on my YouTube channel its way different in terms of sound compared to what these guys uploaded. It clearly shows that the producer gave me the well mixed and mastered project because I own it. Am not going to let you guys steal from me what belongs to me. Am going to expose you guys. I feel sorry for Ava peace, Uga Boys, kvaan and so many more whose YouTube channels you took all in the name of greed.”