G-Money Has "No Hard Feelings" Towards J. Cole & Bryson Tiller Amid Lawsuit
We previously posted in regards to the lawsuit J. Cole and Bryson Tiller are in the course of since producer G-Money has sued each acts and their affiliated labels for utilizing his beat on their songs "Deja Vu" and "Exchange."
G-Money, born Gary Frisby, has now chatted with HipHopDX in regards to the matter, detailing how he first handed his beat over to Drake's former supervisor, Cortez Bryant, pondering he was getting into a cope with OVO to be a producer. G-Money did not hear again from Cortez for just a few months after which his observe popped up on YouTube.
“They solicited the file for Drake after which put the music on YouTube. The precise beat together with his tag in it, saying it was a Drake music on a extremely branded OVO channel,” G-Money’s supervisor, Yvonne Lomax informed the publication. “Ironically, proper earlier than this lawsuit was filed, they take away all the OVO branding and altered the identify of that YouTube channel to one thing totally different.”
G-Money posted a video (seen under) on YouTube again in 2016 calling out J. Cole and Bryson however he is solely taking authorized motion now after making an attempt to type one thing out with their labels and managers, however not making an official settlement. "We are on the final stand proper now, we needed to litigate," G-Money stated.
Overall, the producer has no arduous emotions in the direction of the artists.
"I really feel like J.Cole is a good, influential individual. I believe he’s a game-changer on this trade, and I really feel the identical approach about Bryson Tiller," he defined. "I believe that they each simply bought caught up in one thing that they didn’t actually perceive, within the means of how the music was made, the way it was stolen. No arduous emotions towards Bryson and J. Cole."