Neneng B Back On YouTube After Parties Reach Settlement
NENENG B – The viral hit hip-hop song Neneng B is back up on YouTube after the foreign producer reached a settlement with the Filipino Artists.
Recently, a Europe-based producer, Roko Tensei stated that Filipino artists Nikolson Makino and Raf Davis’ stole his beat. Adding to this, he said they never responded to his emails.
However, it seems like both parties have agreed on a settlement. He posted an update on his Twitter, thanking everyone for their overwhelming support.
He added that they have signed a deal. Along with this, he said that the Filipino Artists apologized to him and paid what they owed.
Meanwhile, Makino left his own message on Twitter. This was with regard to his haters where he seemed to imply that the beast was already paid for before the issue.
Kapag yung resibo ko naipublic na sana ung mga nambabash jan pangatawan nyu yung sinabe nyong ninakaw ko ung beat. I’m talking about Resibo bago pa sumikat ung Neneng B not the one na kakabayad lang.Nik Makino
Kung di nyu kayang pangatawan tanggap ko pa din kayo as my listener/fan i love you all. Haters ka man o fan.
Roko Tensei explained that Makino didn’t but the full rights for his beat “Relax”. He emphasized that Makino had no right to monetize the song or make a video with it.
The music producer added that he needed to purchase the appropriate rights before uploading the video. Along with this, he said that he would release the copyright claim the day he would purchase the beat.
Also, the model for the Neneng B music video defended the Filipino artists. She claimed that the beat was already paid for and that he asked for more when the song boomed.
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