Future wouldn’t even have one if not for rapper/producer Rocko, who says he discovered Future, put him on the path to fame and fortune, and then got stabbed in the back.
Rocko, owner of A1 Recordings and a well-known rap artist himself, just sued Future, citing a 2011 contract he believes Future breached. Continue reading
It wasn’t too long ago that producer K.E. on the Track was called out by Major Seven for allegedly stealing his “Devil Is A Lie” beat. Now he’s catching heat for releasing a song without permission.
K.E.’s newest battle involves Future and the track “Rocky,” which is said to be the first single off the producer’s forthcoming I Am Music Pt. 2 mixtape. The song landed online over the weekend, apparently without the approval of the Freebandz front man.
“Who told this dumb a– n—a to leak that ROCKY track I did 3years ago…smh,” Future tweeted Saturday (Jan. 4). He followed up the post with an “#Imjustbeinghonest” hashtag, possibly taking another shot at K.E. and promoting his own single “Honest” at the same time.
The public shaming was enough to get a modest rise out of K.E., who sent out the subliminal tweets “LOL” and “Life is Good” following Future’s diss.
K.E., aka Kevin Erondu, has built an impressive beat resume featuring the likes of Nicki Minaj, Tamar Braxton, Ace Hood and Chief Keef, yet Twitter beef seems to be working out pretty well for the Florida-born producer at the moment. A day after the Future exchange made him the talk of Twitter, K.E. tweeted, “My name trending aint it? #freepromo lol.”
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