YouTube takes down Strongman’s ‘Odo’ song with Sarkodie and Akwaboah.
American video-sharing and streaming website “YouTube” has taken down rapper Strongman’s latest single tagged “Odo”.
The much anticipated song features his former boss and Chief Executive Officer of Sackcess Music Record Label Sarkodie and his former label mate and high life sensational musician Akwaboah.
“Odo” which literally means “Love” was released on June 27th and as of June 28th, which is less than 24hours, the song was taken down by YouTube on copyright grounds.
An online music distribution company name Merlin Ditto Limited, issued copyright claim against strongman.
This strike issued by the said company means that the song “particularly the beats patterns” matches that of one of their clients work.
The song already had over 44,000 views on YouTube before it was taken down
Strongman is yet to issue a statement about the development but we know he won’t be impressed about it.