KUALA LUMPUR: The 34th Jury Champion (JJ) Chancellor of the Jury, Ajai, has confirmed that he has not received any directive from TV3 over the controversial song of Naim Daniel being nominated by AJL34.
Ajai said although some had asked for the singer's victory to be withdrawn, he said the action was unreasonable as the Oath song was not a plagiarism song, rather it was a personal issue.
“I have known the commotion of Oath since last night, but no TV3 representative has contacted me. Personally, there is no reason to win the song because it is not a masterpiece.
“I just want to remind the new generation, if they want to get into the music world learn to be honest. The industry is not for glamor but for sharing works.
“If the Vow song has seven creators, name the seven songwriters. This is not an '80s or' 90s era where a song was created by an individual. If you can't produce a song and need to join, then be honest, ”he told BH Online.
The singer and composer said it was difficult to find singers who were capable of producing their own songs and lyrics without the support of other individuals of the day.
For her, it was not a problem for the singer to collaborate as it became a habit for music artists.
“They need to be honest because it involves the issue of royalties.
“I know the issue is personal, but I'm trying to be honest because it's not just about AJL winning money, it's about royalty.
“If it is true as claimed by the party that he also has the right to the Oath song, then Naim should distribute royalty payments evenly,” Ajai said.
Yesterday, a woman accused of ex-Naim's girlfriend Dayana Amerda gave the singer a week to make an open confession on the issue of co-creation of the Oath song.
Dayana claimed that she and Naim co-authored the Oath song in 2015. In July last year, Dayana had raised issues regarding the creation of the Oath song, but to no avail.