Try Me Song Removed from Apple Music: Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie, whose real name is Michael Owusu Addo, has encountered a setback as one of his songs was unexpectedly removed from his Apple Music playlist.
The news of the song’s disappearance from his music collection sparked a flurry of discussions among his fans on Twitter, with many speculating about the possible reasons behind its removal.
The song in question, “Try Me,” became noticeably absent from Sarkodie’s list of tracks, leaving fans unable to play it. Concerned fans took to social media to share their observations, eliciting reactions from various internet users.
Interestingly, a profile on Apple Music called Mac Menor Do Bom emerged, sharing the song under the title “Sarkodie Try Me Raw.” This development raised eyebrows and added to the intrigue surrounding the song’s sudden disappearance.
Try Me Song Removed from Apple Music
Providing some insight into the situation, MOG Beatz, the talented beat composer behind “Try Me,” shed light on the trending issue. According to MOG Beatz, the song had been leaked on social media before its official release.
He alleged that an unknown individual, identified as Mac Menor Do Bom, had taken advantage of this leak and uploaded the song to their Apple Music profile. This unauthorized act essentially allowed this person to profit from Sarkodie’s music.
MOG Beatz further revealed that Sarkodie’s team was actively working to rectify the situation by taking down the unauthorized upload.
The incident has raised concerns regarding the protection of artists’ intellectual property and the challenges they face in an increasingly digital and interconnected world.
Sarkodie, a highly acclaimed and award-winning rapper, has built a substantial fan base both locally and internationally, making it crucial to safeguard his creative output and ensure that his work is rightfully attributed and shared through official channels.
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As the story unfolds, Sarkodie’s fans and the music community eagerly await updates on the resolution of this issue and hope that proper measures will be taken to prevent such unauthorized sharing and profiteering in the future.