But they are trolls. Because EVERY track “protected” without author permission, and removing them from such “protection” is big big problem. More than this, while signing label contract you have no idea, that all released tracks later will struggle with believe music “protection”. No royalties paid from such “protection”, not single penny. Later, when your contract with label ended, you cant sell this music for stock, because some of libraries prohibited use of AdRev and ContentID and just try to remove such claims and explain you library manager, why your music owned by believe music and why it is banned on Youtube. Thats why they are trolls.
Believe Music is a digital music distributor, they’re not trolls. They do indeed use ContentID to protect material that they distribute. They operate several labels (such as Zimbalam) which is probably why they registered your music Leon.
Now contentID prohibits registering Creative Commons material, as well as registering someone else’s work, of course.
My guess is that “Hadu and Michelle Weeks” have released their track through Believe Music, which then registered their track with contentID as well as their video clip, without realizing that the video included CC content.
You should dispute the claim and maybe get in touch with the original CC content creator and tell him what’s up.