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Harmonize finally speaks after ‘Uno’ makes comeback on Youtube

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Harmonize finally broke his silence regarding the controversy surrounding his song ‘Uno’

The song was recently deleted from Youtube following a complaint by Kenyan music producer Magix Enga.

According to Magix Enga, Harmonize stole his beats and used it for his son.

The bongo star has however been silent regarding the issue and only his manager spoke following the complaint.

“Tumepata Taarifa kutoka Youtube Kwamba,mtu mmoja ambae Inasemekana Kutoka Nchi jirani Kenya,Ametuma Barua pepe kudai umililiki wa wimbo wetu Pendwa #UNO. Aidha kwa taratibu zao YouTube Ni Lazima wauweka Private wakati wakiendelea na taratibu za Kujirdhisha juu ya madai hayo, (We received news from Youtube that someone from Kenya filled a complaint at Youtube claiming ownership of our song #Uno. However because of policies, Youtube had to make it private in order to allow for investigations)” she said

The singer has now taken to social media to gloat after his song was re-uploaded on Youtube.

Harmonize now says the whole scandal was just another challenge that is helping him grow in the industry.

“Challenges….!!!!!! will never kill you …!!!!! It’s just making you more stronger TAKE IT FROM ME 🤞❤ Thanks to my Management @kondegang and everyone who support me …!!!! My People ..!!! I’m happy to tell you that our number one song is back again louder….!!!! on YOUTUBE OYAAAAAA AMKENI…!!! AMKENI….!!!!!,” wrote Harmonize

Magix Enga had earlier revealed that the song would be re-uploaded after he had a talk with the Youtube team.

“With #CLEMO @Ngomma, Growth of East African music is bigger than all of us. And for this reason I have decided that I will release my copyright strike on Uno by Harmonize. I have decided to forgive the guy🇹🇿 Nitarudisha Uno by Harmoize Pale YouTube Wakati wowote #MagixEnga #DontSampleMagixEngaBeats,” Magix shared

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