Ethic To Figure Out Next Move After Hit Song ‘Figa’ Deleted From YouTube


After receiving massive airplay all over Kenya and East Africa, hit song Figa has now been deleted from YouTube, Apple Music and Deezer over copyright infringement.  

 

It is alleged that the beat was originally copied from Cono, a song released by Spinnin’ Records in 2017.

 

Released in June, the song by Ethic Entertainment quickly became a fan fave and had garnered more than a million views on YouTube.

 

The four man group comprising of Rekless, Swat, Zilla and Seska have become known for songs with explicit content and sick beats.

 

This is not the first time that the group has had a song disappear on YouTube. Their first hit song Lamba Lolo also suffered the same fate but was reinstated after some time.

 

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