Some of Mzansi's favorite musicians have revealed how much they recently paid from Samro (Southern African Music Rights Organization).
Ntsiki Mazwai took her timeline weighing the conversation and said she was grateful to receive at least something from the company, but she alluded to Samro, who allegedly abused royalty.
"At least I know I expect income from Samro ... All R50, but yes, everyone who works in Samro receives a monthly salary from our work. Interesting neh," he wrote.
To shed light on the artists' reports , Samros representative Manqoba Kubheka stated that the apparently "sudden drop" in royalties was only a specific distribution.
“The distribution was part of the overseas distribution, that is, it was a royalty distribution from foreign companies (other organizations like Samro) that only represented three territories, and the distribution was based on the use of music in those countries, hence the nominal numbers that some of the big acts received. ”
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No wonder Santa loves him so much they believe in him and the only show him support because his music inspired them and the way that he is faced a lot of problems makes him more reliable.
We wish him well we believe that you will rise from any matter that you will face because as a musician you must understand that you will come across tributaries.
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