Recently, the trend of covering hits of other artists is flourishing and also causing many controversies. All mixed opinions stem from singing without permission, and the controversy culminates when the owner hits Who Loves Forever denounced many famous singers voluntarily singing this song. In the midst of a wave of controversy, recently Phan Manh Quynh was praised by netizens for “sobbing” thanks to her delicate handling when the audience asked to sing her hit song My Tam.
Phan Manh Quynh did not cover the hit he composed because he did not ask My Tam’s permission
Phan Manh Quynh only sang a small part of the song Promise from Void to the audience
Specifically, on a stage in April, Phan Manh Quynh was asked by the audience to sing a song A Promise From Nothing, a rising hit of My Tam recently. Originally the author of this song, but Phan Manh Quynh did not ignore the problem of asking permission when covering. He only plays the piano and sings a small piece for the audience because he hasn’t passed it with My Tam A Promise From Nothing go perform.
As a famous hit-maker, Phan Manh Quynh respects copyright very much
This move of Phan Manh Quynh received a rain of compliments for the way he respects copyright and respects the artist performing the song. Previously, when talking about the situation of covers without permission, Phan Manh Quynh said that this trend caused the author’s gray matter and results to be “abused”, the musician would be sad:
“My personality is quite moderate, but I don’t think that’s right. Composing a song is very difficult. Even making a MV is also a loss. In addition to being loved by the audience, a hit song also needs to be respected for its price. The trend of invisible covers becomes an opportunity for some to abuse the achievements and brains of others.
Creativity is limited, so the cover without permission makes the musician sad. If I listen to students, students sing, I feel happy. And singers who use other people’s hits should talk to the creator. I am very much waiting for a law to balance creators and people who want to use creative products.”