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Dayee Records and Lib Muzik war heats up over LEA performance - D12 and Pitty D'Best caught in the middle

7 March 2017 / Berenice Mulubah

D12 and Pitty D'Best
Pitty D'Best and D12, great friends, great artists, amazing chemistry together, caught in the middle of a record label war.  These artists, who considered each other as brothers, are slowly drifting apart because of their individual record labels.  
On March 4, 2017, D12 and Pitty hit the stage together with their teams, as a united front, at the Liberian Entertainment Awards, receiving a standing ovation from the audience, for an outstanding performance.  Behind the scene, it's a different story. Pitty and D12 record labels, Dayee Records and Lib Muzik, are bumping heads like crazy.  It is so bad that Lib Muzik excluded Pitty and his team from all their photos ops during the LEA.

Dayee Records, who claimed to have paid for everything that led to a LEA performance, including the outfits and dancers, feels Lib Muzik is trying to take the credit and is not showing the unity portrayed which was on stage, behind the scene.  

I hope these record labels work things out, they both have talented artists.  We look forward to seeing more from them.


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