PRISK paid Kenyan artists a paltry sum.

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Musicians in Kenya use social media to vent their frustrations with the Performers’ Rights Society of Kenya (PRISK).

The unhappiness with the royalties received by artists such as Wangechi Mwaka, Kenzo Matata, Gabu, Jabidii, KRG the Don, and Nikita Kering has been vocalized by a number of celebrities. They each got Ksh 1,215 for their efforts.

Remember that this is a long-standing problem. Since 2019, artists have complained about the organization’s low remuneration.

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