YouTube pulls down Wendy Shay’s Pray for the World music video
YouTube pulls down Wendy Shay’s Pray for the World music video over copyright infringement
YouTube, a video downloading channel has pulled down one of the videos of Afrobeat artiste, Wendy Shay for copyright infringement.
The music video dubbed: “Pray for the World” was deleted recently from her songs which were uploaded.
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YouTube reportedly said it had the same chord progression as the hit South African song “Jerusalema,” hence its action.
Expressing her displeasure on her Instagram page, Wendy Shay said someone might have reported her song to the music streaming company and was working closely with her legal team to re-upload her content.
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She indicated that lawyers of her label, Rufftown Records, were trying to restore the video back on the global streaming platform.
The “Uber Driver” hitmaker urged her Shay Gang, fans to keep calm, adding that she would fight for her right to get her fans and music lovers entertained.
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“This is the country we are living in ooo … I will fight for my right because ‘Pray for the World’ has a different chord progression from Jerusalema.”
“SHAYGANG don’t worry my lawyers are dealing with YouTube #prayfortheworld,” she added.