Zionfelix Appeals To Ghanaian Musicians To Address Content ID Claims; Reveals Bloggers Don’t Make Money Off Their Songs – Watch Video

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Ghanaian blogger/vlogger, Felix Nana Yaw Adomako Mensah, popularly called Zionfelix has appealed to Ghanaian musicians to try and address the worrying issue of content ID claims.

According to him, the issue is becoming a big headache for bloggers who share their works on their platforms as a way of promoting the songs they release.

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The award-winning blogger further stressed that the notion by some Ghanaian musicians that bloggers make a lot of money by posting their content on Instagram and various social media platforms and as a result have intentionally been getting such content removed is very false.

He added that most of the time, bloggers share these songs as a way of promoting the works of these musicians.

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Zionfelix also pointed out that sometimes it becomes frustrating when a musician sends you a song to post on your platform for them but the same content is eventually taken down through a content ID claim.

He ended with a piece of advice to the musicians by asking them to kindly speak to their online distributors to single out some platforms from their copyright claim.

Watch the video of Zionfelix making this appeal below

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