- Tshego has shared that he has finally won his court case against Cassper Nyovest's record label Family Tree
- Tshego told his fans on Twitter that he will get back all his royalties owed to him by Cassper's independent record label
- Tshego shared that the money owed to him by Family Tree is for songs that he recorded and produced at his studio
Tshego took to social media recently to share that he has won his court case against Cassper Nyovest's Family Tree. The musician shared that he will now get back all his royalties from Mufasa's independent record label.
The singer shared that he is glad that the case is now over. He will now be able to go back to studio and record new music without thinking about any legal battle.
"Suffering in silence was worth it. Being told I was arrogant was worth it. It’s done now. I won. Getting my money. We move."
The star revealed on Twitter that Africori, the go-to hub for independent African artists, had no idea that Family Tree wasn't paying his royalties.
"Africori was never the problem. They had no idea the label was not sub-accounting to their artists. Instead just pocketing everything that was distributed by Africori as their own. I NEVER SIGNED ANYTHING. THAT'S ALL MY SH*T. Produced by ME, recorded by ME, at MY STUDIO."
The artist also thanked his team of lawyers for making sure that he got back the money that was owed to him.
"A sincere thank you @KMalatji and the #TailorMadeLaw team for getting my catalogue back in my possession after all my calls, emails, and texts failed. Thank you #Africori for realising my catalogue was for none to earn from but myself. We’re setting a precedent."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper Nyovest has given Big Zulu smash hit titled Imali Eningi his stamp of approval. The Amademoni hitmaker took to social media recently to share his views on the epic track. The song has been trending on Twitter since the past weekend.
Cass took to the micro-blogging app on Saturday, 5 December and shared that he's also feeling the track. Big Zulu features Intaba Yase Dubai and Riky Rick on the single. The #ImaliEningi trended high on Twitter on Tuesday, 8 December.
Cass has congratulated Big Zulu for dropping the track with catchy lyrics. Zulu, Riky and Intaba sing about having a lot of money and eating meat on the viral track. Mufasa wrote:
"@BigZulu_ZN big big big song!!!! Congrats!!!!"
Cassper Nyovest's fans took to his comment section to share their own views on his post. One tweep @SquardOnChest wrote:
"I like to see this. An artist congratulating another artist."
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