Tanzanians on social media have reacted differently after Harmonize's hit song 'Uno' was deleted from YouTube.
On Wednesday, largest video sharing platform in the world, YouTube, pulled down Harmonize's song after Kenyan producer Magix Enga alleged he was the originator of the song's beats.
The song video's link on You Tube failed when one visited the site.
"Video unavailable This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by Magix Enga." read a message from the platform when the link was clicked.
Harmonize's manager, Mjerumani later revealed that the singer's management had received the matter and they were working on it to have their client's song 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," had said through a post on Instagram.
More so, Tanzanians have received the news with mixed reactions, with some urging Harmonize to be original with his work while other blaming Magix Enga for the problems he had caused to their singer.