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An Indian YouTube channel has been making money by stealing songs from Pakistani talent

An Indian YouTube channel has been making money by stealing songs from Pakistani talent

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Recently, an Indian YouTube channel is under fire for posting songs composed by Pakistani artists without purchasing the rights to do so.

Over the years, songs by Pakistani musicians such as Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Nazia Hassan and many others have made it across the border to Bollywood, sometimes illegally.

“The Last
Cigarette”

Music by artists
such as Bayaan, Kashmir, 21 the Band, Naseer Afridi, Khamaaj and Ali Sethi was posted
on the YouTube channel called “The Last Cigarette.”

Rearts, the
Pakistani record label that represents Bayaan, Kashmir, 21 the Band, Naseer
Afridi, and Khamaaj sent out a legal notice accusing the channel of copyright
infringement.

“The music on this channel featured the content of five artists from our label which had not been obtained from the artists with prior consent.” – Rearts.

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