This has happened many times using music from Music Box.
You can rightfully dispute this copyright claim. The problem is someone has wrongly created a claim based on some samples that this artist also used (and those samples can not be copyrighted by anyone)
Here also is the wording on the contract that gives you the right to use that music:
WHEREAS, the Licensee desires to obtain certain rights to the Music for using it
- Distribute as part of any Luma Touch Product
- For use buy Luma Touch Customers while creating their own video and audio productions
GRANT OF LICENSE. Paul Dobynes, MusicBox Studios owns songs "Smooth Blues Guitar” (1:18), "Bouncy TV Commercial 2” (1:10), "Sweet Melody” (3:18), "Action and Suspense Trailer” (2:06), "Dramatic Inspiration” (2:10), “Childsplay” (1:00), "Cartoon Logo” (0:11), "Upbeat Logo Reveal” (0:15) ("Music"). In accordance with this Agreement, the Copyright Owner hereby grants to the Licensee, its successors and assigns, subject to the payments set forth below, the right, license and privilege to distribute the music in any Luma Touch Product. This license also grants Luma Touch's customers the right to use the music, in whole or in part, modified or unmodified, royalty free, in their own productions created and/or edited with any LumaTouch product. Paul Dobynes, MusicBox Studios retains title and ownership of the Music.
Luma Touch customers shall have the right to record and rerecord in any geographical area, the Music only in synchronism or time relation with the audio or visual materials prepared ("production") using a Luma Touch app, and to reproduce, distribute, import and sell said production on CD-ROM, DVD or CD-I, web or electronically, throughout any geographical area.
Keith Woodard II