Facts behind YouTube banning Ball J’s diss song to Sarkodie “Lullaby”


Lullaby which was a direct diss to Sarkodie by Skillions’ soldier Ball J has been taken down for breaching copyright by Google’s YouTube.

Ball J’s latest churn which met a lot of applauds on social media, led Ghana Twitter trends for almost 13 hours didn’t has eventual been pulled down on YouTube.


According to a tweet by the Rapper, Ball J, Fortune Dane who produced the beat has sold the beat he gave to Ball J “somewhere June 2019” to Matse AY because he thought the Rapper[Ball J] wouldn’t use it.

Mantse AY only used the beat 15 clear hours after the release of Lullaby.

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“Lullaby audio slid was uploaded last night on YouTube with no intentions of making making money, apparently the same beat by @fortunedane has been given to someone to upload 2 hours ago & monetize with content ID and reported my song to be removed! That’s why the link is dead!”

Fortune Asare Dane sent a WhataApp message as a heads-up to Ball J, 14 clear hours before the release of Lullaby.

Even though Ball J uploaded Lullaby earlier, with the copyright and monetization regulations, the YouTube operators deem Lullaby to have infringed on Copyright rules and subsequently pulled it down.

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