Karan Aujla and Bohemia’s ‘Ek Din’ Removed From Youtube Due To A Copyright Claim

Karan Aujla and Bohemia’s ‘Ek Din’ Removed From Youtube Due To A Copyright Claim

Ek Din, an international collaboration song by Karan Aujla, Bohemia, J.Hind and American Rapper The Game has been removed from Youtube. The song was released 7 months ago officially on Youtube and owing to a Copyright Claim against the song, it has been removed from Youtube.

The Copyright Claim was filed by ‘Dinesh Sharma’. The whereabouts of the complainant remains unknown but his claim was accepted by Youtube and ultimately the song was taken down. However, it’s audio version is still available on Bohemia’s official Youtube Channel.

The song was an international collaboration between J.Hind, Bohemia, Karan Aujla and The Game. ‘Game’ is an American Rapper who’s worked with some of the greatest rappers of all-time like Lil Wayne, 50 Cent, Drake, Nipsey Hussle and many more.

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Ek Din was a track dedicated to the social issues thriving in the society at the time. It talked about the then-American President Donald Trump, riots taking place in the United States, farmer’s protest in India and many more such social issues that needed to be addressed. 

As of now, the song’s official music video is not available on Youtube. The copyright claim by Dinesh Sharma has led to the deletion of the song. There’s no update from any of the artists or the makers of the song yet but we hope we will soon get an update on why the song’s removed and if it is coming back or not. 

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