Cindy Sanyu Addresses Nina Roz, Bruno K’s Dispute with Black Market Records

[Image Source: Cindy Sanyu Instagram]

By Gloria

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Ugandan Musicians Association (UMA) President Cindy Sanyu has addressed the recent brawl between Black Market Records and Ugandan artists Bruno K and Nina Roz.

Over the past few weeks, there have been reports of alleged fallout between the two artists and the label over claims of breaching their contracts.

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Addressing the media over the issue, Nina Roz and Bruno K threatened to move to court over the matter.

Weighing in on the issue, Cindy Sanyu noted that there is nothing much can do on the matter until Bruno K and Nina Roz file a complaint with the association.

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“The issue comes with the contracts they signed. However strong we are as an association, we can't change the contract you signed. If an artist comes seeking help, I'll ask for the contract and see what was agreed upon. When you look at the contract, you might find that the artist signed away their rights. At the end of the day it is hard because there's a contract and if it is in place, UMA doesn't have the authority to cancel it,” she said.

According to Cindy, one of the ways to help the two artists is by organizing a meeting with Black Market and negotiating on the best way forward.

"We are looking at sitting with artists and advise them to always look at the contracts they sign because they get to read the at the time they want to part ways with the record labels. We can't know how to help if you signed your rights," Cindy said.

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