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Drake Heated At Universal For Removing His Songs From The Net

Drizzy Drake is one artist who’s not too pleased with his record label right now.

Yesterday, the Young Money rapper released the following tweet to his 2 million Twitter followers:

Drake’s label, Universal Motown, has been on a heavy crack down on the internet of late, including a ban of hip hop sites from posting music from their artists, and releasing a list of websites earlier this week.

The Canadian rapper recently released new music online in anticipation of his upcoming album Take Care.

The songs “Marvins Room,” “Dreams Money Can Buy” and “Trust Issues” released by Drake, have been removed from numerous file sharing sites.

In 2009, Drake signed a lucrative deal with Lil Wayne’s imprint Young Money, which is distributed by Universal.

This is what happens when you sign to a major label, they control everything.