DJ Mustard Sued By Producer Who Says He Helped Him Make Songs

A friend turned foe of DJ Mustard’s is slapping the L.A producer with a lawsuit. Fellow producer Mike Free claims that that it is not just Mustard on the beat when it comes to hits like Tyga’s “Rack City,” 2 Chainz’s “I’m Different,” Big Sean’s “I Don’t F–k With You,” Jeremih’s “Don’t Tell Em” and Jamie Foxx’s “Party Ain’t A Party” just to name a few. Free claims that he wrote, composed and recorded many of Mustard’s hits and has not received any credits and money for his work, TMZ reports.

Free claims that he and DJ Mustard were childhood friends and decided to enter the music business together as producers. Free would dish out song ideas and Mustard would try to sell them to his connections.

Free is now taking YG’s right-hand-man to court and suing for a cut of the royalties of the songs he allegedly worked on and wants proper producer credits.

Free took to his Twitter after this news was released to spew some choice words at TMZ and seemingly address the lawsuit.

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