Atlanta rapper Future may be engaged and ready to spend the rest of his life with Ciara but that didn’t stop him from unleashing some fury onto producer K.E. On The Track over the weekend.
Future publicly went after the popular hitmaker for allegedly leaking one of his old tracks.
“Who told this dumb a** n*gga to leak that ROCKY track I did 3years ago..smh #lame#phuckboy#phuckyomixtape#honest,” Future tweeted January 4.
“I’m just being honest” (Future’s Twitter)
K.E. appeared to respond to Future’s comment with some subliminal remarks.
“Future – Rocky (Prod. KE) -> http://goo.gl/ES7zVI”
“Life is good” (K.E. On The Track’s Twitter)
According to reports, the “Rocky” record premiered online over the weekend without Future’s permission.
K.E. On The Track just ran into a bit of controversy with producer Major Seven over a beat he was accussed of stealing. Now, you can add Future to the list of people that have a problem with the beat maker. Yesterday, a track by Future titled “Rocky,” which is purportedly off the K.E.’s upcoming mixtpe I Am Music Pt 1., hit the Internet. (XXL Mag)
The controversy comes weeks after K.E.’s “Devil Is A Lie” Rick Ross and Jay Z collaboration landed online.
Bey and Hov are a true power couple — just a few days after Beyonce dropped her new record in the dead of night, Jay Z and Rick Ross are out with a new K.E.-produced single “The Devil Is A Lie,” off Ross’ upcoming LP, Mastermind. After teasing the hell out of the collab on Twitter Thursday (December 19), Rozay dropped the song via SoundCloud this afternoon, along with a tweet teasing Mastermind reading: “Mastermind on the way.” The track is a true tour de force: frenzied, studded with horns and driving drum machines, with both Barneys and Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse getting shoutouts. (MTV)
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Check out Future’s “Rocky”: