on Thursday night described the Extra Magazine, how the Danish singer Chio Dyrlund, who goes by the stage name CH10, was furious at TV2 and Sony, because she had not been informed that her song 'Karma Is A Bitch' had been released in 'X Factor'-finalisten Mathilde Caffeys name in the wake of Saturday's finale, where Mathilde Caffey song just the song.
Since it is passed in with messages from furious danes on TV2's Facebook page.
'Absolutely skruppelløst', writes one, while another continues:
'It is distasteful done'.
'Poor style, TV2', says a third.
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For Ekstra Bladet told the Chio Dyrlund Thursday that she was not mad at Mathilde Caffey, but that she was frustrated that she had not been informed of the TV2 or Sony.
- to start with I was really, really pissed. It was like getting a mavepuster. I felt that I had been røvrendt. There is someone who would take contact to me. I blaimer not Mathilde, or the judges. It is someone behind the program who should have communicated it better - also to Denmark. They should have credited me better in the show, " she says, and continues:
- They should have mentioned that it was not the songs that were written specifically for them ('the X Factor'finalists, but that it is songs by other artists and credit us. It was angled, as if it were their own songs, and it is a scandal, she said.
Here is Mathilde Caffey on stage in the finals. Photo: Martin Sylvest/Ritzau Scanpix
Although Chio Dyrlund made it very clear that it is not Mathilde Caffey she is after, has the 'X Factor'-finalisten since Thursday received a long series of ugly messages.
It has now received the Caffey to go to the keys on his Instagram profile.
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'I have at no time been informed about the agreements that have been made according to the use of 'Karma is a bitch' as my finalesang. I have, as Chio himself writes, NOT stolen someone's song, but there are obviously gone something wrong with the internal contracts, and I think it is something you should rectify. 'X Factor' and Sony are two recognized giants, and it would be a respectable move, if I took the first step in resolving the conflict,' she writes, and continues:
'I'm sorry about the hateful messages that I have received, and I will ask those who write these comments, to remember the man who sits with feelings on the other side of the screen. At the same time I am also upset by the lack of recognition, CH10 have got the great number, she has made. So I suggest that we all go into and shows a upcoming artist some love and stream the original version of 'Karma is a Bitch', she writes on.
Chio Dyrlund, who goes by the name of CH10, stresses that she is not lashing out at Mathilde. Private
For Ekstra Bladet says Chio Dyrlund, that she is sorry that the matter has gone beyond the Mathilde Caffey.
- Already since she had played my song, I wrote to her that it was cool gone. I have not been mad at her at any time. She wrote that she has received many nasty messages. However, it is important for me to emphasise that this has nothing to do with her, and I feel bad about people lashing out at her. She is 15 years old, and this is hard for her, she says.
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Although Chio Dyrlund feel treated unfairly, she can't do much about it. TV2 and Sony have the law on their side.
It tells the organisation Koda, which ensures musicians ' rights in Denmark, to Ekstra Bladet.
- It is legal to do cover songs, so legally there is no case here. But legal or not, so it's both a good idea and good style to inform and crediting those who have made the music, says Eva Hein, who is the communication director, to Ekstra Bladet.
for Extra Magazine regrets Karina Fenn, who are the frontline director at Sony Music, nevertheless the flow. Read her comment in the box below.
- We have been in dialogue with the artist prior to 'the X Factor'. They knew well, that the number would be played in the final. But we take on our mantle, we were not enough aware of to guarantee us that they had understood that the song was also released subsequently, " she says, and continues:
- When this is said, we have not done anything legally wrong. However, it does not that we are bored of it at the purely human level. For there is a person at the other end, which is sad, and not find it here is awesome, and it will, of course, we like to dialogue about, and therefore we have also reached out to both the artist and her record label, she says.
According to Karina Fenn, therefore, they are not pale, regretting the course.
- We have tried to do what we can from a human point of view, and therefore we would also like to reach out and say that we very much regret. We should have made sure that we were 100 percent sure that they had the understanding that the song was also released subsequently. It was wrong of us to assume that they knew it, " she says, and stresses:
- But it's not something with the song to be withdrawn, or that it will have consequences on the way in, we have not done anything illegal.Show more Close
Also TV2, deplores the Friday fault.
- We are just so sorry that the musicians who would like to have seen the use of their songs in the ’X Factor’ as a big pat on the back, instead have got a bad experience, says Dorthe Thirstrup, kanalchef for TV2.
- Chio Dyrlund and Thomas Holm, the Danish originalkunstnere behind two of the year's cover-singles, had, of course, have been informed about exactly how their music would be included in the final, and we regret that it has not happened. All the rules are followed, and the use of the numbers is, of course, reported to KODA and NBC, but the actual communication with the artists has simply not been good enough, which we regret, and, of course, trying to rectify in the future, sounds the on.Show more Close