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Big Zulu says all financial proceeds were paid to Intaba Yase Dubai’s record label, Ambitiouz Entertainment

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Big Zulu has issued a statement in response to Intaba Yase Dubai’s accusation that he was not paid royalties for his appearance on the smash song iMali Eningi.

Despite the song’s popularity – over 12 million listens – the young artist sparked a stir on Friday by claiming to be poor and having received no money.

The singer states in a statement that he has given all the revenues to Intaba’s record company, Ambitiouz Entertainment.

As Inkabi Records we would like to declare that all due diligence, agreements, splits, and contracts pertaining to Mali Eningi were handled with the label that Intaba Yase Dubai is signed to, which is Ambitiouz Entertainment, this was done in the early staged if the song being released.”

A music rights agreement was signed between both parties ‘Inkabi Records’ and ‘Ambitiouz Entertainment’ including the publishing document. All the financial proceeds that the record has made in relation to Intaba Yase Dubai’s shares were paid directly to his recording label by the distribution and authorized companies.”

Therefore, Big Zulu has fulfilled all his obligations to Intaba Yase Dubai and his record label. Claims made by Intaba Yase Dubai pertaining to non-payment are not associated with Inkabi Records and Big Zulu.”

 

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