Tanzanian singer Harmonize's manager Mjerumani has broken the silence the song 'Uno' was deleted from YouTube.
The song was on Wednesday pulled down from YouTube after Kenyan producer Magix Enga claimed the singer had pirated his beats.
Mjerumani through her Instagram handle asked Harmonize's fans to stay calm.
She said she believes they will manage to sort out things with the copyright claimer Magix Enga and YouTube so that the song is recalled to the site.
"We have received the news from YouTube that one person from Kenya had written to them claiming he owns the song, Uno. YouTube has since placed the song under the private list for an investigation to complete, we take this opportunity to ask our fans to stay calm, we hope the song will be back as soon as possible. (Tumepata Taarifa kutoka Youtube Kwamba, mtu mmoja ambae Inasemekana Kutoka Nchi jirani Kenya, Ametuma Barua pepe kudai umililiki wa wimbo wetu Pendwa #UNO. Aidha kwa taratibu zao YouTube Ni Lazima wauweka Private wakati wakiendelea na taratibu za Kujirdhisha juu ya madai hayo. Tunachukua Nafasi hii Kuwaomba Mashabiki wetu na wapenzi wa Harmonize,Kuwa Watulivu Wakati jambo hili linashughulikiwa. Aidha Tunaimani Wimbo wetu Utarudi baada ya muda sio mrefu.Tunawashukuru kwa sapoti yenu.Mungu Awabariki. Asanten sana. BY HARMONIZE MANAGEMEN)," Mjerumani posted on Instagram, Wednesday.
Magix Enga has warned other artists that he will not keep calm if his original work will be stolen.