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K.E. On The Track Releases “Rocky,” Gets Dissed By Future [LISTEN]


Atlanta producer K.E. on the Track has come a very long way since he had the entire world “Swag Surfin'” but he’s recently found himself spiraled in a bit of controversy that, at least, is boosting his name recognition.

The lines that separate producing and pirating run extremely thin within the realm of Hip-Hop and K.E., born Kevin Erondu was accused of stealing the latest Rick Ross and Jay Z pairing, “Devil is a Lie.”

The matter has since been resolved but as the producer, who’s also sculpted beats for Nicki Minaj and Roscoe Dash, began to promote his upcoming mixtape, I Am Music, the first single of “Rocky” was seemingly approved by everyone except the song’s artist, Future.

“Who told this dumb ass n***a to leak that ROCKY track I did 3years ago..smh #lame#phuckboy#phuckyomixtape#honest,” he vented on Twitter, later continuing with “I’m just being honest.”

K.E. didn’t have much of a comment except for a simple “LOL” on his page. Whether or not it will strain their relationship is yet to be seen but for now, you can stream the track below and look at the rapper’s comments on the following pages.


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  • BlackBarbie2000

    Why is future mad ?? this sounds really good ! and he’s actually flowing !