Priddy Ugly retracted the allegations about his former record label, Ambitiouz Entertainment were behind the sudden, mysterious removal of his albums on streaming services iTunes and Apple Music.
Priddy Ugly lost his cool after learning that his three projects; ‘E.G.Y.P.T’, ‘E.G.Y.P.T DLX’ and ‘D.N.A(Da New Africa)’ were pulled down from iTunes and Apple Music without provocation.
When he went further to inquire what might have been the cause of this projects to be pulled down from the streaming platforms, he was told that it was either himself or the record label who had the authority to have them pulled down.
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“After I had posted my thread of tweets, a head at Apple reached out to me and called me on my direct line, to help solve this matter. He further expressed that they had nothing to do with my albums being pulled off the platform, he vowed to investigate the matter further. Later on, the head of Ambitiouz Ent who I hadn’t seen or communicated with in almost a year & a half, emailed me screenshots of his communication with their aggregator after the news reached him. The emails stated that he himseld did not know why the album was pulled off & that he was not responsible for making the request to remove the album” his official Public Service Announcement read in part.
“After a few back-and-forths, the current conclusion is that there were discrepancies with the metadata of the projects” he continued.
Priddy Ugly went on to extend reparation to Ambitiouz head Kgosi Mahumapelo for his statements and allegation claims.
“I would like to extend reparation to the label head for the affront statements & claims that were made. This was an incursion on him & the label based on personal scrutiny, personal experience & feint citation.”