“There are so many songs that I’ve produced but was denied any credit. I produced Nanky’s last eat songs featuring Sarkodie and King Promise but Killbeatz mastered it and his name is on it as the producer.
I also produced Keche’s pressure years ago and the same happened. Kaywa was given the credit,” he revealed.
In response to what his reaction was after losing production credit, Methmix indicated that he took it lightly because back then they were not enlightened on split sheet agreement whatsoever.
Given this, Methmix further stated that “now there is split sheet agreement and we have to sign the agreement first before anything else. So now, that can never happen again.”
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