J Hind, a well-known Punjabi musician (who is rumoured to have previously managed Bohemia), issued a public apology to Sumeet Singh, the founder, and CEO of Saga Music, via many videos long ago.
Keep reading to find out more about what took place and why he offered an apology.
Everything got started when J Hind posted a series of posts on his social media account a few days ago alleging that Sumeet Singh imposed false claims on Bohemia’s album “I Am Icon,” owned by Geet MP3. In addition to this, it is stated that Sumeet and his coworkers have not been contacted to resolve the matter that they consider to be outstanding. “I will not remain silent while Saga continues to take advantage of artists. The author had previously stated that all releases would be scrapped if the claimant did not withdraw them immediately.
As of the time of this writing, the issue has been resolved due to an in-depth conversation and a mutual understanding, both of which J disclosed to the general public a few days after the initial claims were made public. He publicly apologized to everyone around the globe to apologize for any hurt he may have brought to other people. The artist even went so far as to beg his supporters and admirers to make amends if anybody had attacked him or done something similar. Sumeet Ji is a half-shareholder in Kaali Danali Music and will provide us with assistance as we work to expand the business. Sumeet Singh is a half-shareholder in Kaali Danali Music and will provide us with assistance as we work to expand the business. In a video shared online, he said, “If I have offended you in any way, I apologize fully, and I am looking forward to leading our firm to the bigger realms we have always anticipated.”