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YouTube Copyright Strikes Hit Saintfloew's Channel

Saintfloew's hit song “Pamwa Wanga Usingade” has been removed after producer Jamal filed the strike

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YouTube Copyright Strikes Hit Saintfloew's Channel

Saintfloew's hit song “Pamwa Wanga Usingade” has been removed from YouTube following a copyright strike filed by one of the producers who allegedly worked with him on the song.

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Following the news of the latest copyright strike to hit a local artist, Zimbabweans have reacted to the news with humour, hilariously claiming that Tshabangu has now entered the music sphere.

Many Zimbabweans claimed that the local music industry now has its own Tshabangu following a flurry of copyright strikes in the last week.

Copyright Strikes hogged the headlines after Pastors Charles and Olivia Charamba filed copyright strikes against Zimdancehall artist Jah Signal.

YouTube Copyright Strikes Hit Saintfloew's Channel

The Charambas filed copyright strikes against Jah Signal’s songs “Shinga Muroora” and “Tengai Mafuta” following the unauthorized use of their gospel songs.

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Jah Signal, who is notorious for using other people’s music without their permission, later apologized and approached the Charambas.

The Charambas also reportedly had Brian Samaita’s song removed from YouTube again.

The two parties managed to make peace following a confidential settlement.

Saintfloew is one of the latest musicians to be hit by a copyright infringement claim after producer Jamal, who was identified as Gangstamadeit by YouTube, filed the strike.

It remains to be seen if Saintfloew will follow Jah Signal’s example and make peace with his producer.

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Winky D had to take down six tracks produced by the now defunct Kenako Music over copyright issues surrounding two of his popular tracks, ‘Disappear’ and ‘Mirror.’

These hits, produced by the label Kenako Music, were taken down from Winky D’s YouTube channel after Kenako Music said they were not getting royalties from the music as per their contract.


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