Filipino Artist Was Sue by a Music Producer for Allegedly Stealing its Original Beat to Create a Song
Filipino artist who sings the hit song “Neneng B” was sue by a music producer for allegedly stealing his original beat and use to create the said song.
Filipino artist named Nik Makino was the singer of the hit dance song “Neneng B”, his song gained over million views after it was published on Youtube and become the trend on every social media platform. But his original music video was deleted for alleged copyright infringement issues.
A music producer from Europe named “Roko Tensei” recently made a post on his Twitter account saying that the Filipino artist stole his original beat “Relax” for the song “Neneng B” and he owes him a lot of money.
“Philippino artist @nikmakinobish Stole my beat ”Relax” for his song ”Neneng B”. Nik owes me a lot of money and I want to make this public because I am about to SUE him (on the 20th).” The music producer said.
He also added that he gathered all his lawyers for legal purposes and make things clear in the issue. He said that the Filipino artist will regret it after ignoring his emails.
“I already gathered all my lawyers. You made a huge mistake ignoring my emails dude.” He added.
For now, Nik Makino and the music producer Roko Tensei have been talking about the Neneng B song issue. “If everything goes well the music video will be back as soon as possible” the producer said to his update.
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