Hours after YouTube considered Kenyan producer, Magix Enga's claims and deleted 'Uno' by a Harmonize, the singer has released another song.
On Wednesday morning, YouTube pulled down Harmonize's song after Kenyan producer Magix Enga alleged he composed the song's beats.
The song was deleted from the platform due to a copyright claim by the Kenyan producer.
Harmonize has since released a new song, with a message to his haters.
In the song dubbed 'Kushoto Kulia' which loosely translates to Left-Right, the song tells off his haters.
" Those who hate me will not like it, it is a hard task for them, I just don't make noise, I got the money (eh wasionipenda kazi wanayo, eh mimi sipigi ngenga, eh pesa ninayo.)," read part of the song's lyrics.
This will be the second song Harmonize is releasing under his newly-formed record label, Konde Music Worldwide.
The first song 'Uno' was well received in Kenya and East Africa at large before it was deleted from YouTube over copyright issues.
His manager has, however, said she is making a follow up with the platform to have her client's song re-posted.