There’s being a heat on social media due to some backlash of rappers as some consolidated rappers attacked Sarkodie with varying reasons which made Sarkodie release a diss song titled “SubZero” on Monday.
This didn’t go down well with those at the receiving end with Asem releasing a reply to Sarkodie earlier on Tuesday and Ball J, another victim, releasing his diss dubbed “Lullaby” during the late hours on Tuesday.
We earlier today made a post about Fortune Dane, the beat owner clearing the air concerning the beat.
A young Ghanaian hip-hop rapper with name Mantse A.Y has come out to claim ownership of the beat used by Ball J.
He explains, he purchased the beat from Fortune Dane for his yet-to release song titled “Seaside” and is the rightful owner of the beat per copyright.
Upon acquiring the truthfulness of his claims, his management asked Fortune Dane about it and the hiphop producer made it clear he made the beat for Ball J last for his album but Ball J never made any use of the beat and so he had to sell it out hence was amazed to see Ball J release a song with that beat.
The point here is, Ball J didn’t purchase the beat from the producer and so has no right to use the beat.
The current owner of the beat hasn’t released the song yet but since he wants the public to know the truth behind it despite Fortune confirmation, has given out the song.
Click on the link below to find out yourself on YouTube: