RikiMusic is pirating dozens of articles from Hypebot as well as allegedly uploading tracks from indie artists to Spotify and Amazon Music without authorization….
Caleb Jackson Dills, who first wrote about the music theft for Artists Rights Watch, also noticed that the content on the RikiMusic blog looked familiar.
Virtually all of the dozens of posts on the RikiMusic site were pirated directly from Hypbot.com and illegally published verbatim without attribution.
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Love that you are all invested in this. I do have one correction though. I am not in You Do You , but was a mere fighter in and of pulling all this re issued and re named material off line for us all who worked so hard to create our own brand of music. You Do You , I love you and your music and I just want to set that straight..but maybe the article points out my secret desire to be in a band as cool and funky and unique as yours. Thanks-for all the great investigating and hard work Caleb and all continuing to point out to all the smaller indie musicians that al though it is his is so impossible to fathom – It really CAN happen to any one of us.
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