Audiomack had some harsh words for Soundcloud yesterday after news broke of their alleged financial difficulties.

In a mini Twitter rant on Thursday, Audiomack suggested that Soundcloud's commitment wasn't to their artists, but instead to their shareholders and investors first and foremost. They also claimed that the streaming giant rebuffed them when they tried to make streams and potentially revenue generation, more centralized for the artists that used the platform to share their work with the world.

After the initial announcement of layoffs, Soundcloud co-founder Alex Ljung stated that the act of cost-cutting was for the benefit and competitive advantage of artists going forward.

Check out Audiomack's tweets below.