Mohbad’s management vows to continue court case against Marlian Music over royalties

Mohbad and Naira Marley

The management of the late singer Oladimeji Aloba aka Mohbad has said it would continue the musician’s fight to retrieve his catalogue and unpaid royalties from his former record label Marlian Music owned by Naira Marley.

The management made this known in a press release shared on Mohbad’s Instagram page on Saturday.

Part of the statement said, “Before his passing, Mohbad was in court to retrieve the majority of his songs and unpaid royalties which were wrongfully held by Marlian Music.

“We will continue the fight to retrieve his catalogue and unpaid royalties so that through these, those he left behind, especially his son, Liam Imole, will be provided for.


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“We want #JusticeforMohbad, and we will appreciate all the support we can get in this fight to retrieve his catalogue from Marlian Music, as this is the justice that Mohbad was working towards.”

The management appreciated the outpouring of love from the general public following Mohbad’s death.

Mohbad left Marlian Music in 2022, citing unpaid royalties from 2019.

He died on Tuesday, September 12 at the age of 27 and was buried the following day.