Brandun Deshay Has Responded To Claims That He Stole Unreleased Music Made By Tyler. Brandun Deshay has reacted to accusations that he stole Tyler, The Creator‘s unreleased songs before selling it online.
Tyler, The Creator charged Deshay and Tyler Major on Twitter earlier this week with stealing some of his unreleased songs and selling it on Discord.
“Like bruh, that shit is genuine stolen property. Like dammit bro, are you that thirsty for a couple hundred dollars or 2 minute drafts? He wrote, “Get it together, fellas.
Brandun Deshay Has Responded To Claims That He Stole Unreleased Music Made By Tyler. In an interview with Variety, Deshay later refuted the charges. I’ve produced for and collaborated with a lot of outstanding artists, like Mac Miller (RIP), SZA, Thundercat, Kendrick Lamar, Anderson.Paak, Post Malone, Chance The Rapper, and many more, he claimed. “I’ve accomplished everything I set out to do in music, so at this point I just make music because it’s enjoyable. Does his allegation really make sense—I don’t even create music for money at this stage in my life? LOL, be serious.
When the hip-hop group Odd Future first started, Tyler, The Creator collaborated with Deshay and Major.
However, Tyler and Deshay have had disagreements before. According to HipHopDX, the two clashed while Tyler was recording his debut mixtape, “Bastard,” in 2009.
Tyler, The Creator released his sixth studio album, ‘Call Me If You Get Lost’, in June 2021. In a four-star review, NME wrote: “The record stands as an all-encompassing culmination of Tyler’s ever-varying sound, showing that growth isn’t always linear and that artists can be a multitude of things.”
And earlier this year, Tyler, The Creator shared the Pharrell-produced track ‘Come On, Let’s Go’ from the compilation album ‘I Know Nigo’, curated by DJ, fashion icon and A Bathing Ape founder Nigo. He then guested on Pharrell’s ‘Cash In Cash Out‘ alongside 21 Savage.