Last night, Scottish producer and DJ Hudson Mohawke went on a minor Twitter rampage, expressing his distaste for mainstream artists, highlighted by his complaint of not being properly compensated for collaborations with both Drake and Kanye West. In a screenshot of his mini-rant, which you can see below, Mohawke pondered leaking “a zip of Kanye and Drake songs” he did that he “got ‘0’ for.”

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It certainly isn’t the first time we’ve heard of a producer publicly complaining about not being properly compensate for their work. Just over a year ago, DJ Mustard and YG were involved in a short-lived (but highly entertaining) riff on social media after Mustard complained that YG’s label, Def Jam, hadn’t cut the proper checks for his executive production on YG’s debut album, My Krazy Life. It’s plausible to believe that Mohawke does in fact have a bevy of unreleased work from Yeezy and Drizzy, especially considering the fact that Mohawke has placement on each of Drake and Kanye’s last albums. The 30-year-old Scot produced “Connect” on Drake’s Nothing Was The Same, and is credited on several cuts on Ye’s The Life of Pablo, and is also credited on Kanye’s Yeezus standout, “Blood On The Leaves.”

Subsequent tweets from Mohawke show a change of heart, mainly because he doesn’t “have the 10 milly to deal w the consequences,” so reps from OVO and G.O.O.D. Music are likely breathing collective sighs of relief this morning.

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