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Nigga reveal why they blocked his music in Mexico

Millennium Digital

Mexico City / 02.17.2021 18:51:12

Following the 2007 release of his hit song « I love you », the Panamanian singer Félix Danilo Gómez, better known as Nigga, had everything to become a benchmark of reggaeton, although a problem with his label caused his music was blocked for 6 years.

« Industry setbacks. I had a 6 year lockout, they locked my beautiful Mexico. I couldn’t make music, nothing that had to do with music and we decided to return to Panama « , said the artist, now known as Flex, for the First Hand program.

It was in 2017 when the singer managed to free himself to re-create music on a global scale: « We have been working non-stop; in fact we released 2 or 3 albums in what have passed these 6 years, but they have not been known to the fans » .

« There were situations that were no longer favoring us on a professional level; music is made so that it reaches the public and, if it does not reach the public, making music is not being feasible at all. We decided our independence, our liberation, but this fell badly: instead of liberating us, they froze us« he revealed.

Nigga pointed out that at that time he did « everything an artist can do, because to go against a label legally is to lose time and money. I waited for the contract to expire, each one on his own. I personally cried a lot to be keeping a rhythm of work, of launching, of approach with the fans and suddenly everything is null.

« I published things on my networks and suddenly they disappeared for the copyright that belongs to such. Or he sent a press release and they couldn’t upload it, « he concluded.

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