The behind the scenes controversy surrounding the production on Rick Ross and Jay Z’s latest collaboration “Devil Is A Lie” spilled onto the Internets a few weeks back. But it appears that producer Major Seven, who accused the beatsmith credited, K.E. On The Track, of stealing it from him, has burried the hatchet.
The duo actually met face-to-face during a meeting facilitated by Chubbie Baby of ATL Nightspots. After shouting out Major, K.E. said, “The situation is a situation that can happen when you don’t handle the business before the record comes out. That’s a situation that this was unfortunately.” The two have since hashed out their differences, and look forward to collaborating in the future.
K.E revealed that he and Major have about 10 songs in the can with Ricky Rozay and Hov. Whether those are collaborations or solo tracks remains unclear. They’ve also been in talks with Pusha T, who’s in Miami on a 20-day intensive session with The Neptunes.
See K.E. On The Track and Major Seven make amends in the clip below.