Former family Tree artiste Tshego is in a happy place musically, having just won a major court case against an unnamed record label.
Just recently, the songster lamented that an organization refused to pay him the royalties from his catalogue which include songs like “Garden,” “The Vibe,” “Hennessy,” “So High,” and “Tell Em Say.” He had added back then that he had the masters of those songs.
In a tweet on December 8, Tshego acknowledged that the organization – which he again failed to name – had reached out to him via email and asked for his banking details to transfer the royalties due to him from the songs he had mentioned earlier.
He publicly thanked his attorneys who were instrumental to getting his catalogue back, stating that his victory at the court is a fine precedent for other artistes. If he can succeed in getting what belongs to him, then other artistes can get their dues as well.
The comment section of Tshego’s post was a storm of congratulations.
Well, what do you make of Tshego’s victory at the court and the apparent precedent he has set with this victory? You might want to join the conversation by dropping your thoughts in the comment section below