Logic Calls Out Label for Not Paying Lil Keke for Album Contribution: 'Don’t Be F*ckin Up My Relationships'

Logic tweeted Def Jam demanding that they compensate Lil Keke for lending his vocals to Logic's sixth and final studio album.


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Logic has publicly called on Def Jam to pay up.

On Friday night, the newly retired rapper tweeted at the record label, demanding it compensate Lil Keke for lending his vocals to No PressureLogic's sixth and final studio album.

"Yo @defjam can you please pay Lil Keke his fucking money ..." the Maryland native tweeted. "That’s my bro, don’t be fuckin up my relationships man! He been professional and patient! Pay the man god damn!!!!"

Yo @defjam can you please pay lil Keke his fucking money for what he did on man I is?!?! That’s my bro, don’t be fuckin up my relationships man! He been professional and patient! Pay the man god damn!!!!

— Rap Ron Howard (@Logic301) October 2, 2020

Logic was specifically referring to Keke's contribution to "man i is," a 6ix-produced track that samples Pimp C's 2006 record "Knockin Doorz Down" featuring Keke and P.O.P.

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Logic also tweeted earlier this week to express his frustration over delayed merch deliveries. A fan responded to the tweet by asking Visionary Music Group—an indie label and management company—for assistance. VMG replied shortly after, insisting the Def Jam and Universal teams would have the answers.

Yo when are the fans getting their merch tho fuck?!?!!?

— Rap Ron Howard (@Logic301) September 29, 2020

Bruh fr it’s been forever @TeamVisionary help us out

— Jose Alfaro 🇸🇻 (@AlfaJ503) September 29, 2020

You gotta ask Universal and Def Jam what's going on there.

— Visionary Music Group (@TeamVisionary) September 29, 2020

On Saturday, Logic posted on Instagram naming more of his friends who haven't gotten paid by the label yet: 6ix, Kevin Randolph, DJ Rhetorik, and more.

Logic's recent tweets toward Def Jam come just weeks after he claimed the label was refusing to pay Lil Wayne for his "Perfect" remix verse. The rapper made the allegation in response to Kanye West's tweet about unfair record contracts.

I feel you, Def Jam ain’t tryin a pay @LilTunechi his fee so I guess the perfect remix aint coming out.... owe a few of my folks they money honestly. https://t.co/Syrpnj56zr

— Rap Ron Howard (@Logic301) September 17, 2020

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