B2C Ent. version of ‘Kyatutondera’ deleted from YouTube over consent

The B2C Entertainment trio has deleted their new single titled Tebigatika, which they recorded from Harriet Ssanyu’s ‘Kyatutondera‘ version, from their YouTube channel.

The trio deleted their latest single after the original composer Ssanyu reportedly dragged them to courts of law for redoing her song without her consent.

The Matendo Promoted singers, who are in preparations for a show in Boston on 22nd September 2019, want the trio to apologize on top of compensation for using their music content without consent.

Lord Fred Ssebata and Harriet Sanyu

It is also said that the B2C trio tried to reach out to Ssanyu through a phone call begging that the matter be settled amicably but the songstress revealed that the matter is already in Mariam Ndagire’s hands as the leader of Women in music and drama.

Harriet Ssanyu is mostly known for songs like Ddole Y’omwana, Sam Wange, and Nabawanuka among others done with Lord Fred Ssebata the leader of Matendo Promoted Guitar singers.

The B2C Entertainment trio produced their Tebigatika song from Nessim Pan Production’s Shot Gun records.

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