Fast-rising Kenyan Group Ethic Entertainment has been subjected to a major setback after their hit song “Figa” mysteriously disappeared from YouTube.
Ethic’s Video ‘Figa’ mysteriously disappears from YouTube
The song has been topping charts across borders
Figa, which was their first project under their new management AI Records, has been deleted from the streaming platform with no explanation. AI records is a subsidiary of Universal Music Group.
The song had garnered over 1 million views since being dropped on June 21st. In the video, former Ebru TV news anchor Kamene Goro had debut as a video vixen.
Famed for Lamba Lolo
Ethic Entertainment, the group famed for the song ‘Lamba lolo’ sought the services of the sexy media personality, to spice up the video that talks about the beauty of an affluent woman.
The audio to the song was produced by producer Motif and its video shot by Director VJ One.
Ethic Entertainment is a group of four talented entertainers Boniface Mwangi (SWAT), Peter Njau (ZILLA), Thomas Otieno (REKLESS) and Leroy Miwa (SESKA).
This is not the first video to be deleted from YouTube. In March Otile Brown’s video “Japo Kidogo" ft Khaligraph Jones was also pulled down, but later on reinstated.
In May last year, his other song Chaguo la Moyo featuring Sanaipei Tande was deleted from the streaming platform due to copyright claims.
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