The prominent Punjabi singer Shubh has a huge fanbase right from the song We Rollin which made him rise into fame. His journey from We Rollin to his debut album Still Rollin has been stunning and has made him achieve milestones. But the singer who was making noises for his amazing songs is now grabbing headlines due to copyright from a recent time and now his another track Still Rollin has been removed from YouTube due to copyright.
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For the unversed, Shubh’s very famous and powerful tracks Offshore and Dior recently faced copyright claims and were removed from YouTube. This has not stopped till here, his another hit track Still Rollin from his debut album of same name has also been removed from YouTube after an unknown man named ‘Gursharan Sandhu’ claimed copyright on the song.
Things are not working well for the singer. His album has been facing many issues with the copyright claim on the songs. The album was even deleted from the music streaming platform Spotify. The reasons behind all the chaos is still unknown but is affecting the singer so much as his songs had millions of views on YouTube.
This issue has been putting Shubh’s fans in shock and they are not very happy to see the singer and their favourite songs facing such an issue. They are just hoping for everything to be sorted soon.
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