Indian composer takes credit for ‘Count on me India’ song, even sold the copyright and lyrics to others

Indian composer takes credit for ‘Count on me India’ song, even sold the copyright and lyrics to others

The Independent - International·2021-03-16 19:03

Singapore — Pauline Communications, the company that apparently plagiarised the Count On Me Singapore song, has taken to social media blaming the Indian composer for the entire saga.

In a Facebook post on Sunday (Mar 14), they wrote: “We would like to inform you that we had produced this song with the help of Mr Joey Mendoza who sold the copyright of the lyrics and music to us, claiming he owned it.”

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Power to the People 21/03/2021

if SG does not take this seriously... not only jobs... songs... are not protected... more will come... its time to show whether our Govt has the balls to pursue.

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Userenr1 18/03/2021

This india copycat knows Sg Govt no balls to sue.... saw what happened in Sg with the Little India rioting n sbs bus case... Sg Govt practically no guts n shamefully useless

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U7serey4k 18/03/2021

so truth is out.... our jobs are taken and now our song too

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M.S. 18/03/2021

Let see how further twists and turns will come. 1983? Why didn't caught on? Evidence? Let's see.

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Amazing! 17/03/2021

Arrange a friendly football match between Singapore vs India when it's possible and get on with life after that. I sang this song first, she sang this song later, i created this dish first, you create this dish later. Tiring. Get the whole world to sing Count on me and end of story.

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