Master KG Calls Out Open Mic Productions: “Most Selfish People to Work With”

In a recent Instagram post, Master KG, the renowned South African DJ and producer, expressed his frustration with Open Mic Productions, labeling them as “one of the most selfish people to have ever worked with.” This bold statement has sparked attention and raised questions about the relationship between Master KG and the production label.

Master KG’s post read: “Open mic Productions is one of the most Selfish people to have ever work with I’m not a fan of talking stuff on social media but this thing is being going on for too long now.” This public call-out suggests a long-standing issue between the two parties, with Master KG feeling compelled to speak out despite his preference for keeping matters private.

This development comes on the heels of a similar dispute between Open Mic Productions and Nonceba, the vocalist featured on the record-breaking global hit single, ‘Jerusalema’, and her project, “Xola Moya Wam'”. Nonceba recently announced that she had not received any royalties from the massive success of ‘Jerusalema’ or her project, sparking concerns about fair compensation and artist rights.

The issues with Open Mic Productions raise questions about the treatment of artists and producers in the music industry. Master KG’s public statement and Nonceba’s allegations suggest a pattern of unfair practices, with creators not receiving due recognition or compensation for their work.

As the music industry continues to evolve, it’s essential for labels and artists to prioritize transparency, fairness, and mutual respect. The call-out by Master KG and Nonceba’s allegations serve as a reminder of the importance of advocating for artist rights and promoting ethical practices in the industry.

The full implications of this situation remain to be seen, but one thing is clear: Master KG and Nonceba are determined to stand up for their rights and shed light on the issues within Open Mic Productions. As the music community continues to watch this situation unfold, one hopes for a resolution that benefits all parties involved and sets a positive precedent for the industry at large.

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