A day after “Boogeyman” was launched on DaBaby’s shock album “Child On Child 2,” the observe was already hit out with an opponent, accusing the already controversial artist of stealing components of the observe from one other track.

Toronto-born songwriter Layla Hendryx has accused DaBaby of lifting the lyrics of the track on one in every of her unreleased songs. Per the feminine artist, she had solely identified in regards to the track after it trended on-line due to the Megan Thee Stallion diss included.

Talking to Rolling Stone in regards to the accusations, Hendryx revealed that she came upon about it after one in every of her associates have in contrast each songs.

“The entire [cadence], the entire circulate for the hook is stolen from me. One, it was finished so sheisty, and two, the truth that he used the track to mainly diss one other black lady whilst you’re stealing from one other black lady is simply wild to me,” she instructed the publication.


She additionally went on to disclose that her unreleased observe was shared by one other pal to an A&R earlier this 12 months. Colloquially coined as A&R, an Artist and Repertoire is a division of a sure report label or publishing firm that’s accountable for expertise scouting and artist improvement.

Apparently, the recipient has not responded again to Hendryx’s pal who is certain that it was the one who handed out the track to the “Levitating” rapper.

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“A&Rs steal from artists on a regular basis, do not give them their credit score. It is occurred to me, however to not this scale. I am additionally associates with writers and I’ve heard the tales, the horror tales – ‘Hey, I used to be in a room and I did a track after which I come out and I hear it within the radio six months later with out being credited,” the singer identified.

Layla Hendryx will now be pursuing authorized motion in opposition to DaBaby. The case would have been totally different, she says, if her track would have been extra optimistic and was used not by an embattled artist just like the rapper. (through UPROXX)

She additionally went on to say that she wouldn’t write for DaBaby, to start with – double downing that DaBaby not solely plagiarized her work nevertheless it was used to diss one other artist – one thing that her title wouldn’t wish to be in.

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