A composer has accused Kanye West of not crediting him and others involved in creating the DONDA album.
“A little over a year ago I was tasked with helping a homie out writing on a record that happened to be for #DONDA,” Antman Wonder wrote on Instagram.
“The record finally dropped and some folks names were left off the credits (mine being one of them). So with all the fanfare and hype, and records being broken, I can’t even celebrate a win because technically I’m not a part of it,” he continued.
“I don’t believe in protecting sh*tty business practices with silence. Nothing should ever be released before it’s licensed or contracted. Whether this gets handled today or tomorrow, music shouldn’t be released without taking care of the musicians. This composition is from the outro of #believewhatisay (ironic). Rule #4080.”
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The “rule40” is a reference to Q-Tips rap on “Check the Rhime,” — “Industry rule number four-thousand-and-eighty/ Record company people are shady.”
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