Why Alien Skin’s “Sorry” Song Was Muted On YouTube


On July 14, 2023, Fangone Forest singer Alien Skin premiered his song “Sorry” on the popular video streaming platform YouTube.

The song quickly caught the attention of fans and music enthusiasts alike, garnering an impressive 300K views since.

However, around six months ago, fans were left puzzled and curious when the song was unexpectedly muted, leaving them unable to enjoy the song.

Speculations and rumours began to circulate, with fans wondering why such a promising song had suddenly been muted. Some suggested that it may have been due to a technical glitch or an issue with the platform itself. Others speculated that it could have been the result of actions taken by another channel or individual. However, the truth behind the mysterious muting has finally been revealed by Lugamidia an insider from Fangone Forest.

According to Lugamidia, who has close ties to Alien Skin’s management team, the decision to mute the song was not accidental or a result of external factors.

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Instead, it was a deliberate choice made by Alien Skin’s management in response to copyright complaints received from Kenyan musicians. These musicians alleged that certain audio elements in “Sorry” had been sampled without permission, infringing upon their creative works.

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In order to avoid any potential copyright strikes or legal complications, Alien Skin’s team made the difficult decision to voluntarily mute the song.

This proactive approach was taken to protect the artist’s reputation and ensure that the song would not be marred by legal disputes.


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