Roscoe Dash has been relatively quiet since he's appeared on the XXL Freshman cover earlier this year, but that's because he's been working behind the scenes on some of the years biggest songs and albums, according to the singer. The "All The Way Turnt Up" singer who is also featured on Fat Joe's "Pride & Joy" with Kanye West among others, went on a Twitter rant today to plead his case.
"Everybody go get the G.O.O.D album and listen to #1 then watch Kanye West interview … & tell me [why] I'm not on the credits," Roscoe tweeted. "Can't do favors for ni**as because no matter how humble and generous [you are] to people ni**as will take everything [you] have."
Roscoe continued on by stating the following:
"The most talented ppl get the least credit for everything and the crazy part is they put in the most work. Same s**t with Wale. "Lotus Flower Bomb" I wrote that for him before he even signed to Ross & it went #1, but nobody would know that cause I'm not in the credits. But everything must eventually come to the light. I'm only speaking on this publicly [because] there are so many [people] who want to be apart of the industry but don't know half of the Isht that goes on."
Roscoe Dash would later clear up that he didn't write the verses on Wale's "Lotus Flower Bomb," just the hook. Does Miguel have some explaining to do? We'll see.
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