Magix Enga Forgives Singer Harmonize After Copyright Fight

Kenyan producer Magix Enga has dropped his copyright infringement claims following his tussle with Tanzanian singer Harmonize.

Taking to social media, Enga said he has decided to ‘forgive’ Harmonize who he accused of stealing his beats last week following the release of his new jam “Uno”.

“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,” he said.

The two artists have been brawling over the beat with Enga claiming Harmonize stole it from “Dudaing”, his club hit released several months ago. ‘Uno’ was later pulled off from Youtube pending investigations into the producer’s claims.

Enga went on to hint that singer Clemo played a bigger role in convincing him to release his copyright for the beats.

‘Uno’ was Harmonize’s first song under his newly founded record label Kondegang Worldwide after ditching Diamond Platnumz’s WCB Wasafi Records.

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