Why ‘Try Me’ Was Removed From Apple Music & Reuploaded Again?

Gifted beats maker, MOG Beatz, the acclaimed producer behind Sarkodie‘s diss song “Try Me,” has disclosed why the track was taken down from several streaming platforms.

On Monday midday, proponents of Sarkodie acknowledged that the song was no longer on Apple Music and other streaming platforms. Social media was buzzing with rumours that it was taken down due to its derogatory and explicit lyrics.

However, the beat maker has cleared the atmosphere and disclosed that an unauthorized version of the song was uploaded on various streaming sites, comprising Apple Music and Spotify by an anonymous individual.

Upon finding out about the unauthorized release, the Sarkcess crew swiftly took an effort to deal with the matter at hand.

Acknowledging the possible legal essences and the need to protect Sarkodie’s intellectual property, the crew undertook steps to put off the tune from main streaming sites, including Apple Music.

Coming out to clear the air in response to another tweet, he replied, “This guy uploaded the song right after it was leaked.. the guy cash out saa Apple Music & Spotify figa say e be the rightful owner.. The Sarkcess team is working on taking it down ASAP. Continue streaming on all other platforms 🔊🔥”

THIS GUY UPLOADED THE SONG RIGHT AFTER IT WAS LEAKED. THE GUY CASHED OUT SAA APPLE MUSIC & SPOTIFY FIGA SAY E BE THE RIGHTFUL OWNER. THE SARKCESS TEAM IS WORKING ON TAKING IT DOWN ASAP. CONTINUE STREAMING ON ALL OTHER PLATFORMS 🔊🔥 

— NUMBA ONE 🥇 (@MOGBEATZ) JULY 3, 2023

Think back to  rapper Sarkodie responded to Yvonne Nelson‘s memoir, “I AM NOT YVONNE NELSON,” via a diss tune titled “Try Me.”

In the song, Sarkodie talks about his side of the story about his past relationship with Yvonne Nelson.

The music, which has some very powerful content depicted was released on June 28, 2023, at 1:4 am while most Ghanaians had slept.

The ‘Confam’ musician disseminated the link to the tune on his YouTube channel via a tweet.

The new music content addresses the dissension shrouding Yvonne Nelson’s memoir, where she cited him as the father of an unborn baby but claimed he shirked his responsibilities.

After the song was leaked online and an anonymous individual started taking financial compensation from the streams.

© 2023 • Story By Edem Latsu Nukafu
Writer’s email: edemlatsu093@gmail.com


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