A few days ago we report that the band Alien Liberty International (Ali) had suspended his activities indefinitely and expelled the Kahadio drummer of the group, after being formally accused of the crime of fraud by the authorities. While the fans thought that things had been "resolved" with this, they recently noticed something through their official media.
It turns out that the official video of the theme "Lost in Paradise" (not shown above, which is from the production of Jujutsu Kaisen), which was interpreted in collaboration with Aklo, has been removed from its official YouTube channel. The song, which was the first closing topic of the animated adaptation of Jujutsu Kaisen, has also been removed from Spotify. Sadly, when users investigated more about the subject, they discovered that, in reality, all the music videos of the band had been removed from their YouTube channel.
According to the Twitter @aniplaylist account, the SPOTIFY removal songs correspond to those launched with the Sony Music seal at the global level. The rest of your discography launched with seals "Alien Liberty International" or "Nitron Concepts" is still available. Currently, Japan is the region most affected by this, because there are only five band songs available at Spotify.
Reviewing the official site of the group, no communiqué has been issued, explaining the decision, although it is impossible not to mention the arrest of the drummer with the removal of all the official audiovisual content. The arrest of Kahadio affected the group in a great way, as they were scheduled to interpret the anime opening theme The World Ends With You The Anime (Subarashiki Kono Sekai The Animation), but the deal was canceled just a few days from the premiere of the Series, when promotional materials and full song had already been produced. Finally, it should be noted that Ali has been widely recognized recently when interpreting musical songs for Series such as Beastars, Jujutsu Kaisen and Noblesse.
Source: Twitter account
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