Kilotile removes Cry To Me from all digital music stores –

Canadian DJ/producer Kilotile is removing Cry To Me from all digital music stores to honor recording contract with Polydor. A release date delay for Empower has also been posted, so it’s expected in 2023. In a recent post on his social media, Kilotile said, “Hey everyone, so I have some bad news. In order for me to stay in the label I’m in, I had to remove Cry To Me from all albums containing the songs on all streaming platforms (including TikTok and Snapchat). The song will always remain on YouTube.

The new version of Cry To Me will remain on streaming platforms. Kilotile also mentioned in the post that two of his albums which included Cry To Me were also to be taken down entirely. “As a result, my ‘Kilotile’ and ‘Unite’ albums will be deleted.

The single “Let Me Love You” will also be removed and the next album “Empower” will be delayed to 2023. Really sorry for the inconvenience. It was a difficult decision to make. »

In another post on Kilotile’s YouTube channel, he explained the main reason why it was removed. And the reason is not because of copyright. “, explaining” The label with which I signed a contract told me to remove Cry To Me from the streaming platforms so that the new version can gain popularity. I know that sounds really weird, but it was a tough decision. I didn’t want to take it off but I had no choice but I promise you I’ll be re-releasing my debut album in a few months and the version of Cry To Me that you all loved so much will be back on once everything will be back to normal!

Kilotile will perform at the Northern Vibe Festival in Bruce Mines, Ontario, Canada on August 26 at 5 p.m. He will open the festival and plans to create new tracks in his set.

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