Emtee on Ambitiouz allegedly sacking Priddy Ugly’s online albums

Emtee on Ambitiouz allegedly sacking Priddy Ugly’s online albums

- Priddy left Ambitiouz on a good note; well, at least he thought he did

- Noticing that his albums had been removed from Apple Music and iTunes allegedly by Ambitiouz, Priddy let it out on social media

- Emtee saw the drama and backed Priddy up

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Ambitiouz Entertainment is in the spotlight once again. This time it is Priddy Ugly that has something to say regarding the record label and Emtee too had added his two cents in.

There have been a number of artists who have made the decision to leave Ambitiouz. Although many have left on a bad note, like Emtee, Priddy stated that it was his choice to leave peacefully.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Priddy has now revealed what really happened by writing on Twitter and stating that three of his projects – E.G.Y.P.T, E.G.Y.P.T DLX, D.N.A (Da New Africa - had been taken down from @AppleMusic & @iTunes.

Priddy went on to say that it all happened without provocation, without authorisation & unbeknownst to them. He has also filed a complaint with Apple and he received a response to say that they were not responsible and only the aggregator or label can authorise such action.

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Apple said that the albums are still available on their aggregators end and their record label and that The Gas was not accountable for the removal of projects.

Priddy Ugly revealed yet another piece of the pie, saying that the label did not spend a blue dime on the making of his album E.G.Y.P.T, and this was still while he was signed to them.

Emtee saw the commotion and hopped on the bandwagon by confirming Priddy’s claims about Ambitiouz and how they bury artists. He did this by retweeting posts others had made.

These are the posts he retweeted:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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