Musician Kai Ding just had a long post Nam Em sang songs he composed without permission. According to Kai Dinh, Nam Em brought the song “I love you” here, but he sold it exclusively for Toc Tien to perform at ticket shows.
For Kai Dinh, this is an unacceptable action because it directly affects him and Toc Tien. Below Kai Dinh’s post, musicians like Hua Kim Tuyen – Tran Duy Khang also commented with the same reproach.
Kai Dinh shared the following: “Kai would like to express the opinion that although Kai is very happy and happy when his songs are loved by the audience and colleagues, Kai completely opposes his songs being used for other purposes. commercial without permission.
What is commerce? The song is taken to perform in shows selling tickets to the audience. Songs are recorded/broadcast on channels (platforms) with the function of collecting fees from advertising/streaming. The story of intellectual property rights in Vietnam has now developed to the point that cafes/restaurants when playing artists’ music have to buy accounts on digital music sites. But why until now fellow artists, when using other artists’ songs, still can’t do the bare minimum, which is to ask for permission before using?
The song I love to come here is still within the period of exclusive recording/recording/performance of singer Toc Tien, but Nam Em has used the song to perform, and even record and upload on the YouTube channel, even though I have not received the consent of the author and the singer has the right to use it. The song was aired at 8 pm, but you emailed the author’s permission at 8:04 pm. So, ask for permission or notice?
Kai would like to clarify more for the audience to understand why the copyright issue is so important. Intellectual property is also an asset, project implementers like us are the ones who have to invest time, money, and effort to measure how to produce a complete song, and expect wants to be recognized by the audience for those efforts with the most thoughtful product possible. The arbitrary use of these songs greatly affects the artist who is using the song. In a nutshell, singer Toc Tien put money and time and effort into investing in a song, and another artist just brought the song to perform and uploaded it to YouTube without investing anything but singing. again.
Please allow me to take up everyone’s time on this matter. But I hope that you, brothers and sisters, can sympathize with Kai and act together so that we can have an increasingly kinder and more civilized music environment.”
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