Makhadzi’s Zimbabwean Producer Mr Brown Experiences Similar Challenges as Sir Trill

Makhadzi’s frequent collaborator, Mr Brown, is facing the same challenges as his industry colleague, Sir Trill. The music producer has expressed his frustration with a lack of recognition for his work.

In a recent post on his official Facebook page, Mr. Brown shared that he is tired of the misattribution of his productions to others.

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Going forward, Mr. Brown wants to demonstrate how he produced some of the songs that have been misattributed to others.

“I think I need to start doing videos of how I produce songs. cause people give credit to the wrong people out there,” Mr Brown wrote in a Facebook status update.

In the comments section of Mr. Brown’s Facebook post, his followers offered words of comfort and reminded him that the important thing is getting paid, not receiving credit.

Mr Brown (Image: Mr Brown/Facebook)

However, the Murahu singer then dropped a bombshell by revealing that he is not receiving any royalties for the tonnes of hit songs he has produced. In separate responses, Mr. Brown confirmed that he does not receive royalties for the songs he has produced.

“Kokla Modise lool ahhh where? It’s sad out there in the industry my brother,” Mr Brown responded to a Facebook user who had asked if he gets royalties from the songs he has produced.

The reason behind Mr. Brown’s decision to speak out is unclear, but it follows closely on the heels of Sir Trill’s similar revelation. The Amapiano vocalist had caused a buzz on social media when he shared that he was being taken advantage of, despite his numerous hit songs.

Mr Brown is currently signed with Open Mic Production, which has been in the news for all the wrong reasons.

Recently, a former member of pop group Jamali came forward and stated that she never received any royalty payments for the music she recorded with the label.

By jd

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