Mr Drew has finally spoken on his ‘Eat’ song that was deleted from YouTube over copyright claims for the first time.

Mr Drew has spoken for the first time about his ‘Eat’ song featuring Stonebwoy that got deleted from YouTube by the management of Rotimi who claimed it was a cover of his ‘Love Riddim’ song released a year ago.

Highly Spiritual signee – Mr Drew is set to release another song featuring Kelvynboy just to prove to his critics that he is a fountain of talent.

He shared the cover art of the banger dubbed ‘Later’, set to be released tomorrow, and claimed his hater should report him to another artist.

He said:

“This one too Go Report or talk say I Steal Am 😂 #Later Drops tomorrow📍🙃 #seleyy #seleyans #mrdrew #anoda #lailai #kelvynboy.”

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Mr Drew speaks on copyright claim over his ‘Eat’ song featuring Stonebwoy for the first time & lands his haters a big blow

Backgroud:

Mr. Drew ft Stonebwoy music video deleted by YouTube over copyright infringements

Mr Drew, a Ghanaian singer has suffered the brunt of YouTube as he has had his music video that featured Stonebwoy deleted after it supposedly breached Youtube’s copyright laws.

The Highly Spiritual Music signee recently took to social media to celebrate the said song he titled “EAT” after it gained over 100,000 views that were achieved without any malfeasance.

The song, which has gained over 150,000 views, has been brought down by YouTube, the largest video streaming platform, simply because Mr Drew did not seek the appropriate permission from the owner.

This means that Mr Drew will be unable to monetize the video and it will surely be a blow to his face and a dent in his music career.

According to reports, the ‘EAT’ song was a sample from Rotimi’s ‘Love Riddim’, one of the great songs from his ‘Walk With Me’ album which was released in July 2019.

On the back of that Rotimi’s record label, EMPIRE filed a copyright claim against Mr Drew which has resulted in his music video being deleted by Youtube.

Source: Celebritiesbuzz.com.gh