Migos’ Culture II was released last Friday, on January 25. This was a highly anticipated follow up to the group’s debut album, and it features impressive collabs such as Kanye West, Drake, and Pharell.
On the other hand, it seems that this new album managed to spark a few controversies regarding the legitimacy of Huncho’s production skills.
Producer JSDG Beats claimed that the track called Movin’ Too Fast which has the beat credited only to Quavo was in fact hijacked!
Movin’ too fast
PRODUCED BY @JSDGBEATS x MANNY FLEX
GIVE OUR CREDIT TO US
Please retweet #producers must see this
— JSDG (@JSDGBEATS) January 26, 2018
This controversy was seen initially on Reddit after producer JSDG claimed in a few Instagram posts that Migos removed his credit and tags from this track.
The music producer from Brooklyn did not stop here and continued to provide a few screenshots of the file for this track.
It seems like these files have his name attached to the 808 drums used.
There is also an email that he sent to Migos that contains the beat that we have mentioned before. Yikes! This seems to be a pretty severe problem.
The Brooklyn producer also said that Offset opened the file in order to view it.
‘I put my number and all. And they labeled it hunch on the beat,’ JSDG captioned a since-deleted Instagram post. ‘I did not wake up today to find out Migos stole a beat from me.’
‘BRO REALLY?????,’ he continued. ‘Quavo you’re crazy. For real never knew you made beats…I wonder what you next beat will sound like?’
After he took these accusations to his social media accounts, JSDG made contact with the Atlanta trio, and he’s working on the details of the whole mishap.