Kenyan Artists Hit Out at 'Peanuts' Paid in Royalties

The Music Copyright Society of Kenya has defended a "meagre" amount it recently paid to Kenyan artists. The board offered U.S.$25 each to the musicians as earnings for a two-month period.  King Kaka, Khalihraph Jones, Timmy T dat and Vivianne took to social media to criticise the board for the payment of "peanuts" for  their hard work.

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