Fred Ssebata's wife Harriet Sanyu Suing B2C over Copyright Infringement of

Posted on Sep 10, 2019
By Kiggundu Abraham


Veteran Kadongo Kamu singer Harriet Sanyu is on the verge of suing the dynamic Ugandan music duo, B2C in the commercial court for copyright infringement after redoing her "Kyatutonderwa" hit song with a 'Tebigatika' music cover without her consent.

Currently one of the big new music projects mesmirising the local music charts, B2C Soldiers (commonly) known as Kampala Boys capitalised on the romantic break up between musicians Eddy Kenzo and Rema Namakula to record 'Tebigatika' cover from Harriet Sanyu's 'Kyatutonderwa' where they went on to scoff at the Big Talent Music Group CEO's weakness in love, a project that is taking on revelers like storm.

Sanyu who is warming up for her music tour in Boston with husband Lord Fred Ssebata later this month has come out to accuse the "Gutujja" singers for violating the copyright laws by sitting in her "Kyatutonderwa" hit song without permission in the end producing a half baked 'Tebigatika' music audio and now the later who is famously known for hit singles like Sam Wange, Ddole, Sam Wange, Nabawanuka among others has already teamed up a team of lawyers to make sure that Bobby Lash, Delivard Julio and Mr. Lee pay her back a huge sum of dimes for using her music works without permission.

The later has also demanded the B2C Soldiers to pull down immediately 'Tebigatika' music audio from all music charts and stores despite the frequent pleas from the Kampala boys for a round table meeting to solve the matter amicably.


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