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Lord Finesse Blames Rostrum Records For $10 Million Lawsuit Against Mac Miller

 

More details, sort of, are starting to emerge about Lord Finesse’s $10 million dollar lawsuit against Mac Miller, his label Rostrum Records and DatPiff.com. The issue is the Pittsburgh rapper’s use of Finesse’s “Hip 2 The Game” instrumental to create “Kool Aid & Frozen Pizza (The Kool Aid Song)” off his K.I.D.S. mixtape. After hearing/reading Mac’s, which nevertheless showed respect to the Hip-Hop legend, Finesse responded with his own points, which alluded to a lack of communication. 

“1. I appreciate Mac’s kind words but his people did not handle his business correctly,” tweeted the DITC rapper/producer. “2. Basics – Mixtapes are one thing, but you can’t take someone’s else’s entire song, shoot a music video and call it your own. 3. Mac’s on the top of his game right now. I wish him the best in Europe and I hope to hear from him besides on Twitter.”

This is clearly just getting started. Now someone pick up the phone.

Do you think Lord Finesse has a legit qualm or is he just searching for a payday?

 

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  • brh

    Of course he has a legit qualm. If this beat was owned by a record studio nobody would think twice about this, I don’t know why it’s such a big deal that it’s Finesse. You can’t just tweet “much respect” while making songs over someone’s completely unchanged beats and expect the problems to go away, and Mac’s people should have known better. It’s not even like Mac Miller sampled or mixed the beat – it’s the whole thing, unchanged.