YouTube eliminates the ' Uno ' of Harmonize to test the groove of Magix Enga

YouTube pulled down a Tanzanian singer's music video Harmonize after one of Kenya's leading music producers, Magix Enga, lodged a copyright claim.
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A spot check done by Celeb Buzz Tv on the YouTube channel of Harmonize found that the video ' Uno' was pulled down, but the audio version is still available. "This video is no longer available because of Magix Enga's copyright claim," read a YouTube message. Magix took to social media after the track was pulled down and issued a warning against anyone sampling his music."Imeisha 1 week and Uno's not on YouTube anymore. Don't sample beats from Magix Enga. Don't I repeat! As I said, I won't let this happen, not in 254," the producer nicknamed ' Beat King ' wrote. Alert to Harmonize It comes a week after Magix accused Harmonize of stealing his rhythm, alert if the track is not pulled down. Obviously, the warning was not heeded by Harmonize. Harmonize used a beat that he created for the famous club banger, ' Dundaing ' featuring King Kaka and Kristoff, according to producer and singer.
TO ALL OUR VIEWERS BE AWARE THE VIDEO HAS NOT BEEN DELETED BUT HAS BEEN MADE PRIVATE
"What happened like nothing @harmonize tz Gat some free beats for you bro... I'm going to take the song down for 1 week otherwise... In Swahili, Natoa mwenye let me put it so you can understand what I'm trying to say, "he wrote initially. Magix swore not to let him off the hook after Harmonize apparently remained on the issue. "It took me one day to get the Vibe G you're getting. This s * * happened before, but things are going to be different this time ... I won't let that happen in 254," he wrote.

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