It’s always a good day to receive new music from Dreamville, but the label has come under fire after an artist claimed to have copied their song. J. Cole and Co. surprised fans by announcing theirD-Day Gangster Grillz mixtape courtesy of DJ Drama, and since its release in the wee hours of the morning (April 1st), Hip Hop has been playing on repeat.

People were quick to point out that Drama inserted a mention of the Will Smith and Chris Rock debacle that continues to clog timelines, but a rapper named Rockstar JT stepped forward to accuse Dreamville of mirroring his track.

“In 2020, I dropped STICK. [crying emoji]“, he wrote with excerpts from the songs. The message was reposted by The neighborhood conversation and gained traction online, and it looked like the Dreamville team wasn’t about to let their name be embroiled in copyright allegations.

Rockstar JT has returned to an update after allegedly speaking with someone backstage.

“I spoke with the team behind the song and they were in touch with the Dreamville team and I found out that their song was recorded in 2019, it just wasn’t released,” JT wrote. later. “My goal is never to have influence or to have another man. Coming from where I come from, we work hard, that’s all. I posted the message last night and this morning, I found out when it was recorded.”

“I respect Dreamville and let’s move on with more big hits.” Check out his posts in full below.