These Coke Studio’s songs removed from YouTube over copyrights claim
LAHORE - Coke Studio 2019 has been facing the fire, with two songs being removed due to the copyrights issues . After the issue with “Saaiyan“, you’d have thought they’d work things out on other tracks with similar complications.
With poetry composed by Sachal Sarmast, Sanam Marvi graces #CokeStudio12 in Hairaan Hua, a celebration of the Ultimate Beauty of the Divine, and the love and wonder it inspires in His devotees. https://t.co/msyTYPEdNw— Coke Studio (@cokestudio) November 15, 2019
Earlier, Abrar ul Haq’s remake of his iconic “Billo” has also been removed over a ‘copyright claim by Karman Entertainment Limited‘. Since Abrar-ul-Haq is the creator of the original “Billo” this copyright claim might be contestable.
#CokeStudio12’s rendition of Billo takes us down memory lane as Abrar Ul Haq takes the stage in a whirlwind of rap and bhangra, reimagining the song's quirk filled craze in full Punjabi zest. @AbrarUlHaqPK https://t.co/awzBlUt6iJ— Coke Studio (@cokestudio) October 25, 2019
okay wtf is going on with coke studio? this is i think the THIRD song this season that's been taken down? it's Hairaan Hua this time. pic.twitter.com/izpE1s6Yi9— Faizan. (@merabichrayaar) November 20, 2019
some serious management issues this season. Songs are taken off, sometimes added on fb only, and today there's no sign of BTS yet!— Saqib Ali Rana (@saqibspen) November 20, 2019
first Mahi diyan gallan was copyrighted then Saiyaan then Billo & Now best of whole season Hairaan hua got removed.— Abdul Salam جونیجو 🇵🇰🏏 (@junejohere) November 20, 2019
So much disappointment from coke studio this time.
Atleast buy the da*n rights ffs.🙏#CokeStudio12
Sorry I was wrong, Rohail hyatt couldn’t do it either. Coke studio is beyond saving.— nma (@namaloomafraaad) November 15, 2019
He needs to stop plying ALL THE DAMN INSTRUMENTS at the same time.— Madiha Rahman (@MadihaRahman) November 15, 2019
Coke Studio's Billo has been deleted because of a copyright infringement. Apparently Abrat doesn't own it lol!— Ahmed Zawar (@sahmedzawar) November 20, 2019
Chalo achay ke liye hi hua. It was horrible— Jibran T. Siddiqui (@jibransiddiqui) November 20, 2019
Previously, Shuja Haider and Rachel Viccaji’s Saiyyan was not released on Youtube due to copyright infringement. It was revealed that EMI Pakistan had the rights of the Noor Jehan classic and they stopped the song from being aired. However, the matter got resolved and the song was released.
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