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Meek Mill is called out by Knxwledge, and the remix series is over.



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Producer Knxwledge is chastising rapper Meek Mill after one of his remixes was taken down from the internet due to a copyright dispute, claiming that he is done remixing Meek’s music and claiming to have created the best Meek Mill album ever.

Meek’s crew allegedly got the video taken from social media as part of a copyright takedown when Knxwledge added music to one of Meek’s old corner freestyles, effectively ending Knx’s Meek remix series, which had been going on for years.

The producer vented his frustrations on Twitter, claiming that he had produced the best Meek Mill album ever.

“I’m not sure which is more ridiculous. “Removing music that gives you more visibility or simply not knowing what a f*cking remix is,” Knxwledge wrote. “N***as really copyrighted a corner freestyle that I received permission to flip from videographer, and the only reason I can think of is because this one remix got more plays than bro has in the last ten years.”

In any case, the meek series is done. Grab the tapes while they’re still available. It’s only a matter of time before the art of remixing is completely extinct, so please keep the raw remixes alive. “Be safe, hire an attorney, and thank you for always listening.”

Knxwledge then went on to say that he crafted the best Meek Mill album before releasing links to his other mixtapes based on Meek’s resemblance.

As of the time of publication, Meek had not responded to Knxwledge. If he responds, we’ll let you know.




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