- August 8, 2021
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Singer Bruno K In Bitter War With Black Market Records
Ugandan singer Bruno Kiggundu aka Bruno K is in a bitter war with Black market Records after they denied him access to his social media channels which they previously handled for him for purposes of promotion.
Bruno K alleged that the conflict is about to get physical and that there have been threats to his life adding that his social media accounts are to be deleted by the label.
At the start of the union between Bruno K and Black Market Records, the singer reportedly handed over his social media platforms such as YouTube and iTunes to the label so that they can be managed well and promoted. However, when the relationship between the two parties turned sour, he was deprived of access to them.
In a video posted by the singer, he says he signed a contract with Black Market Records with promises that he would do 12 songs all with videos.
However, to his dismay, only two songs were funded with his attempts to make them fund more falling on deaf ears. He was left infuriated recently when Black Market Records uploaded a song that they never financed.
The song is a collaboration between Bruno K and Nina Roz titled “Nipe Love”. He now accuses them of milking a cow they don’t feed, ever encroaching on the works that he had completed even before they came into the picture.
As if that was not enough, Bruno K noted that he no longer remit royalties for his music generated from his social media platforms, saying recently they only sent his manager 20,000 shillings as money from his social media and YouTube royalties.
It is alleged that when he made attempts to reclaim his channels, he was threatened that they would be deleted if he attempts to take them by force.