Tekashi 6ix9ine ‘s “GOOBA” pulled down by YouTube
The song was pulled down after a kenyan producer claimed he had stole his copyrights.
Tekashi 6ix9ine’s gold-selling single “GOOBA” has been pulled down from YouTube, after a copyright claim was lodged against the rap star.
The copyright claim came from a kenyan producer called Magix Enga. The producer claims Tekashi 6ix9ine stole some of his beats.
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A search for “GOOBA” turns up nothing but the lyric video, while the old link to the visual returns a message saying the video had been pulled over a copyright claim by an African producer named Magix Enga.
Kenyan producer Magix Enga, aka “Beat King” claims 6ix9ine sampled the beat to one of his beats.
YouTube took the issue seriously enough to pull down Tekashi 6ix9ine’s “GOOBA” video, which had raked up hundreds of millions of views and brewed beef between top musicians for snitching, and became the epicenter of a chart battle between Tekashi 6ix9nie, Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber, and Billboard magazine.
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Magix Enga is a Kenyan producer known for his unique beats and contribution to the Kenyan gengetone music. He had recently claimed to lower Tanzania’s famed bongo artist Diamond Platnumz performance price from 5 million to 50,000.
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