Kanye West's "I Don't Like" remix, which recently came out, receives no love from the person who produced the original song. After hearing the reworked version, producer Young Chop reaches out to his Twitter followers to let them know that he doesn't like what he heard, "F**k that remix #dont tagg me in that s**t at all."
When a Twitter user fires back at him by tweeting, "kanye is the #1 producer out ur city and one of the best around..You ain't s**t yet to be compainin (sic)," he replies it by re-tweeting a note from another Tweep, "Yes ye is 1 of the best & yes he reached out but he is disrespectful 4 changing up something that isn't his. "
Chop floods his timeline with a bunch of other messages which slam Kanye. One criticizes the G.O.O.D Music rapper for making horrible beat, and another mocks the rap mogul for crafting "gayest sound". To those who disagrees with him, he re-tweets his supporter's message that read, "Just cuz he a young n***a don't mean he shouldn't speak how he feels."
While Kanye hasn't responded to his complaints, Chop has already expanded on his feelings to XXLMag. "I just felt disrespected 'cause I didn't even hear the song before it dropped, and I kept telling them that I wanna hear the song," the producer explains why he's mad as hell when hearing the remix of the Chief Keef song.
The re-recorded version featured not only Kanye and Chief but also Big Sean, Pusha T and Jadakiss. "I ain't know the song was changed over like that," he complains. "Keef explained in another interview [that] we didn't hear the song. And then I'm hearing the song and there's different sounds in the beat."
"It don't even sound like the real beat," he continues. "It sounded like a rock star beat, and that's not how I do it. That's not my sound." What upset him more is the fact that Kanye did it without his consent. "[He] should have called me and asked me, 'Ayo Chop, can I do this? Can I do that?' But no. I didn't hear nothing from him. I never talked to him," he says.
Chop considers to take legal action against Kanye, and has already talked to a lawyer about the matter. "He [Kanye] didn't sit at the table and make that beat," he says. "He just coulda asked me. He changed what I put my time into. I made it the way how I made it." He additionally states, "We already had a million plus views on it - without Kanye. He called when it hit a million, and now it's at two million. We built our buzz way before Kanye."
we need a 'thirsty' tag for fools like these. the remix is better anyway