​Hospital Records deletes Mistabishi’s music from its catalogue after racist remarks

Following the recently made by drum ‘n’ bass producer Mistabishi, aka James Pullen, Hospital Records has terminated his label affiliation by removing his music from its catalogue.

In the wake comments made toward London Mayor Sadiq Khan, where Pullen stated that Khan isn’t an Englishman because his parents are from another country, it was brought to light that Pullen had been repeatedly making racist comments online for an extended period time.

This prompted responses from many in the industry, including Manchester artist Chimpo who : "Wow Mistabishi! How u gonna hate immigrants and make d'n'b and techno? Racists aren't welcome here mate."

Hospital Records also released a condemning Mistabishi’s comments, removing his music from the catalogue and donating all proceeds from publishing and sales his music to , a charity that unites people from different backgrounds through the power music.

Hospital Records wrote: "Racism, xenophobia and bigotry have no place in our community. We are proud to be part a diverse and tolerant community in which every person is treated as an equal no matter where they are from, their race or heritage."

Read Hospital Record’s full statement below and read the full story regarding Mistabishi .

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