Mzansi artists unite in support of #PlayOurMusicWoolies movement

Mzansi artists unite in support of #PlayOurMusicWoolies movement

Mzansi artists have united to support the #PlayOurMusicWoolies call. The movement is against Woolworths deciding to no longer play music that will require it to pay royalties.

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Mzansi artists have united and come out guns blazing against the Woolworths brand.

This after Woolworths decided it would only play royalty-free music in its stores.

Mzansi musos feel that this will cut out a lot of independent artists who depend on royalties for their livelihood.

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Musicians such as Moozlie and Toya Delazy have come out to condemn Woolworths and support #PlayOurMusicWoolies.

The South African Music Performance Rights Association (SAMPRA) also joined in the call to #PlayOurMusicWoolworths.

It's not clear how far this movement will spread, but one thing is certain, Mzansi artists aren't at all happy with Woolworth's decision.

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