Producer G-Money Says, "He Has No Hard Feelings Towards J. Cole & Bryson Tiller Despite The Demand

HipHop News Posted on March 14, 2019 at 3:07am

Producer G-Money Says, "He Has No Hard Feelings Towards J. Cole & Bryson Tiller Despite The Demand

"I knew that Bryson Tiller had put the song 'no,' but when I heard my song, 'Exchange' I knew then, that my rhythm. I knew who stole it all", Ohio bred producer said that in this #DXCLUSIVE.

Los Angeles, CA – Thursday (March 7), J. Cole and Bryson Helm found themselves in the middle of a lawsuit for copyright infringement, along with the Foreign producers of Teck, Boi1da, Vinylz, manager Cortez Bryant, RCA Records, Interscope Records, Roc Nation and Dreamville Records.

The complaint comes from Dayton, Ohio producer Gary "G-Money" Frisby, who accuses Cole and the Handlebars to steal their rhythm of their 2016 songs of "Déjà Vu" and "Change". The rhythm in question comes from Frisby's 2013 song, "Shawty So Cold.".centered-ad {

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Ironically, the producer of the label "You Know I Made Tha Beat."

"This is about the use of its instrumental sound recording to create a 'Déjà Vu' and 'Exchange'" G-Money manager, Yvonne Lomax, explained to HipHopDX.

"They not only listen to my song on YouTube and say, 'Oh, I want to do a song like that.' They actually used my file," Frisby said.

According to the complaint, Cortez

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