Mike Will Made-It expresses his frustration on Twitter two Future songs leak online.
Many were overjoyed to find two new Future leaks posted onto just about every hip-hop site, including this one, last night. Mike Will Made-It, who's assumed to have produced at least one of those leaks, was not.
One of the leaks was a song called "Paparazzi," a snippet of which can be heard at the end of last year's "Drinks on Us" video, starring Mike, Future, and Swae Lee. Soon after it leaked, Future went on Twitter to distance himself from the song, telling his fans that "Paparazzi" is a year-old reference track. He expressed his disgust at hearing himself repeatedly rapping the word "dab" on the chorus.
The other leak, "Guap on Me," sounds like a more finished cut that could be slated for one of the few prospective Future tapes that fans have been itching for. Future and Mike Will Made-It first announced their joint tape, Ape Sh!t, in late 2014. At this time, Mike's focus is on Gucci Mane's Everybody Looking, out on Friday, and Rae Sremmurd's SremmLife 2, set for August 12.
"After all we've released this is the thanks we get," Mike tweeted late last night in response to the leaks circulating the web. He doesn't understand why anyone would want to leak their favorite artists' music, especially when it's an unfinished product. "Let us premiere our shit, how we like, when we like," he wrote, "We don't want our shit on a lousy blog or a random scamming ass SoundCloud." He also echoes Future by implying that "Paparazzi" was "never created to be heard." See his full series of tweets below.