“No One Took His Songs Off The DSPs” – Insider Counters AY Poyoo’s Allegations Against His Former Label

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AY Poyoo’s contract with Aborga Records got terminated in January 2023, however, it strangely surfaced online for the first time in March 2024.

In a shocking revelation via a video the “Goat” crooner shared on his social media pages, he disclosed that his songs shared via his various DSPs when he was with Aborga Records have been deleted over a year now.

READ ALSO: I Almost Died After My Former Record Label Deleted All My Songs From Digital Stores – AY Poyoo

He claimed that he almost died after all his songs had been deleted from the digital stores.

He further empathised he believes there would have been a better way for them to settle things rather than his former label deleting the songs.

In a counter reaction to these allegation of AY Poyoo, renowned music digital markerter, Stash Grey, who happens to have handled the distribution of AY Poyoo’s music on the various DSPs has come out to state emphatically that there is no truth in these assertion.

In a Facebook post sighted by zionfelix.net, he said:

“You see all the back and forth going on between AY Poyoo  and his former label? I want to say categorically that nobody took his songs off the DSPs….. I personally fingerprinted the songs so that whatever was due the label would be given to the label…. I am aware of all the several times the label’s accounts were under a hack attempt……. In all of it I asked Alfred not to press charges or not to take any actions because I had it under control. If I am to go extensive it will go a long way to affect his stay in Nigeria so let me just end it here.”

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