YouTube deletes Mr Drew ft Stonebwoy’s music video over copyright claims

YouTube deletes Mr Drew ft Stonebwoy’s music video over copyright claims

- Ghanaian musician Mr Drew's music video on which he featured Stonebwoy has been taken down by YouTube

- By the time of the removal, the single titled "EAT" had had over 150,000 views on YouTube

- Mr Drew’s “EAT” is reportedly a sampled cover of POWER star, Rotimi’s “Love Riddim”, a popular single from his ‘Walk With Me’ album released in July 2019

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Youtube has deleted the fast trending music video of Ghanaian musician popularly known as Mr Drew's video on which he featured renowned celebrity Stonebwoy.

It would be recalled by some that Mr Drew celebrated the success of the video when it hit 100,000 views on Youtube and reports by AmeyawDebrah.com indicate that at the time the video was taken down, over 150,000 people had viewed it.

Mr Drew's song which suffered the rather unfortunate fate from Youtube was a single titled "EAT" and it is claimed to have violated some copyright protocols.

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Mr Drew’s “EAT” is reportedly a sampled cover of POWER star, Rotimi’s “Love Riddim”, a popular single from his ‘Walk With Me’ album released in July 2019.

YouTube struck the video down after Rotimi’s record label, EMPIRE made copyright claims to the content that Mr Drew owned.

It is not known how Mr Drew and Stonebwoy would deal with the news yet as none of them has been speaking on the development so far.

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In another interesting report, a beautiful Ghanaian nurse by name Enam Honya Heikeens has had her beautiful black skin taken over by a skin condition called vitiligo which started when she was only seven.

In an interview with YEN.com.gh, Enam, who is also the director for Vitiligo Ghana Foundation, indicates that she now helps people to also fight against the stigma that people suffer due to their condition, mentioning that it has not been an easy journey at all.

Almost throughout her life, Enam has had to put up with people looking strangely at her and at worse, avoiding any form of contact with her as though she had a contagious ailment.

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