St. Vincent & Grenadines: Grenadian artiste threatens to sue ULP over song used in campaign

Grenadian soca artiste Mandella Linkz on Monday announced that he will take legal action about the Unity Labour Party in St. Vincent and the Grenadines “for the unauthorised use of the recording ‘Tombstone’”

“During the period 2019 to October 2020, the political party used ‘Tombstone’ as one of their theme songs without consent from the artiste and his management,” a press release said.

“Mc Donald’s team has decided to proceed with legal action after the last correspondence sent to the ULP’s General Secretary in or about mid-October 2020 to negotiate an agreement for the song’s continued use was denied and subsequently dismissed,” the release said.

It said that Tombstone is one of the most popular songs by the artiste, whose re-lease name is Mandella Mc Donald.


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