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Singer, Harrysong calls out Kcee over 7years unpaid debt, royalties of Reggae Blues, Better Pikin, Samankwe and more

Harrysong calls out Kcee over unpaid debt, royalties of Reggae Blues, Better Pikin, Samankwe and more

Popular Nigerian singer and songwriter, Harrison Tare Okiri, better known as Harrysong, has called out ex-label boss, Kcee over unpaid debt and royalties.

The singer took to his Instagram story to beg Kcee to refund his money and release his songs.

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He also enumerated his songs that Kcee has been receiving 100 percent of his royalties from including Reggae Blues, Baba for the Girls, Samankwe and all his hit songs.

Harrysong implored the Five Star music executive to take his cut and award him what is truly his.

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He noted that he initialized his post by begging because he is aware Kcee is bully, referring to him as the power mike. He prayed to God not to allow another man reap the fruit of his labour.

Harrysong wrote: “I’m Here To beg you all to help me and follow me Beg Kingsley Okonkwo, known as kcee. To refund my money and release my songs At least, he can take his percentage, and give me wat is rightfully mine.

For more than 7 years now, he’s been the one collecting 100 percent of my Royalties from Reggea blues, baba for the girls, samankwe, better Pikin, Ofeshe, (all my big songs).

He collects one hundred percent of all royalties, it’s not fair. my I started this by begging, na beg I Dey beg am, I know he likes to bully, he’s the power mike, help me beg him, the songs are mine, he should at least be fair to give me wat is rightfully mine.

May God not let us work, and another man just be reaping our hard end sweet in Jesus name.”

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Harrysong calls out Kcee over unpaid debt, royalties of Reggae Blues, Better Pikin, Samankwe and more

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