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I need your help!

Posted by Demonicity - August 15th, 2020


so this guy Radzlan or whoever he thinks he is, is trying to claim my most popular song so far

Miami Hotline Vol.3


i have never been just a FEAT in this song because i own it.


please kindly help me take these 2 things down.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDypjUBCARo


https://open.spotify.com/track/24dPU3IVb66p4oYO2G7pdI?si=DgBA1zJWQHCH1Dv47GqjPQ


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regards

-Demonicity


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Is he's Spamming?

no he stole my song and started making revenue with it

For youtube, you need to report the video as "Infringes on my rights" so it can be removed.

For spotify, you will need to fill out this page with the proper info so they can get the music removed for you.

https://artists.spotify.com/contact

Seems they also uploaded it to iheartradio last month?
https://www.iheart.com/artist/radzlan-34853559/

yeah i did this already.
well just have to wait.

a similar deal happened with Megasphere BUT that was because he "claimed" his music was not being used properly when majority of times they were (overreating). This is different. Technically, all "Radzion" had to do was put "by Demonicity" or " - Demoncity" instead of "(feat. Demoncity) and he would more than likely be fine, but he didn't. DubstepGutter does this much better than this rando on the internet.

kind of.
this dude actually told routenote i had a record label he owned which is not true.

very unpleasant situation! good luck

Radzlan is silly or something on the cover says miani and not miami did not even take the task of checking that it was misspelled and left it at that. I have reported it I hope spotify fixes it soon.

ikr :D

Why tf does this always happen with big artists? Well imma report this, hope this gets resolved quickly

people that want to be something but aren't very creative usually end up stealing music.
i don't really get why tho. Everyone can start making music whenever they want to because music never dies.
some people tend to have lost hope about their creativity because they think they are either too old for it or it's too late for the world.
i don't think it's ever too late to start.

though mostly people are just too lazy and shy at the same time to actually ask for a collab or something so they end up stealing and sometimes they go overboard on it.

thank you for support!