J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League Accuse Chance the Rapper of Not Paying for Their Beats

J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League Accuse Chance the Rapper of Not Paying for Their Beats
This past Wednesday (June 15), Flying Lotus tweeted a series of comments about the working relationship between rappers and producers, urging younger creatives to "know their worth" in demanding fair compensation for their work. Now, producer collective J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League have chimed in to agree, while also naming names in the process.

Taking to Twitter, the group allege that they haven't been paid for beats that were used by Chance the Rapper. The group contributed to "Cocoa Butter Kisses" and "Everything's Good (Good Ass Outro") from the rapper's 2013 release Acid Rap.

"Flying Lotus is right," they tweeted. "Y u think we aint been working with ur favorite rappers lately? I doubt that Chance the Rapper even pays producers."

When asked by a Twitter user if they were compensated, they replied: "Man, we ain't never seen a dime for nothing that has our name and Chance's name simultaneously on it."

The production trio alluded to even more MCs who haven't ponied up for their beats. "Maybe we should've said more rappers," they commented. "I mean god damn, even Gucci Mane paid our fee! Welcome home guwop!"

Read through their series of tweets below.