Apparently, Tiffin Beats Records, home to Mumzy Stranger, Tasha Tah, Char Avell, Junai Kaden, and Ramee, is the butt of a practical joke. The group is claiming their emails, Facebooks, and Twitters have been hacked.
The hackers started stirring trouble when they announced that Tiffin Beats’ U.S. tour was cancelled which has been said to still be on. The next wave of drama came with leaked screenshots of emails that show financial transactions in which the camp purchased YouTube views on their videos.
I am not surprised if the allegations are true because I know there are awful artists out there with tens of thousands of YouTube views and no one has ever heard of them. Then you have artists that infiltrate media and have support but results are only a few thousand views.
I am not speculating into any of the drama, but what does strike me is that this camp was once accused of hacking and stepping out of line and now they are the victims… karma?
The incident I am referring to is at the time of the Rishi Rich Productions, Tiffin Beats Records split. Junai’s team posted his music video all over Rishi Rich Productions’ camp social media pages. Though not legit hacking (because I am sure the camps were admins on all pages) it wasn’t playing nice.
The Desi music industry, as with every network or industry, is filled with competition and haters. Due to these issues, you need to stay on neutral ground and play hard, but stay real.
#smh I have high expectation from this scene not only in music, but conduct as well.