By: Rico Panacea (@RicoPanacea)
Excerpt: Rapper Drake is once again being accused of stealing a song from an artist.
Headline: Drake Accused Of Stealing From Lil B Producer
(AllHipHop Rumors) At this point Drake is truly rap's mythological God. The self proclaimed "6 God" has more stories being told about him than "The Odyssey."
2018 has been an interesting year for Drizzy. He's ruled the music charts with singles "Gods Plan" and "Nice For What," but his features on Blocboy JB's "Look Alive" and Migos "Walk It, Talk It" haven't gone unnoticed.
Drake also collaborated with Atlanta's Lil Baby for "Yes, Indeed." This was before the year took a quick left turn after he was involved in a beef with Pusha T.
Not that the beef is behind him, Drake has released his long awaited album "Scorpion." The project is a double album and includes 25 records.
The album is already eligible to be declared a platinum release, but things are already getting controversial after the release. A produced named Keyboard Kid is speaking out and says Drake stole his production and the concept for his "Scorpion" opening track "Survival."
According to Keyboard Kid, He made the beat for a Lil B track called "I'm Tupac" and that's where Drake swiped his idea and production.
Rumors are now suggesting the two tracks just feature a similar sample, but this rumored swipe doesn't seem to be slowing down Drake's album rollout.
The Canadian rapper is scheduled to begin touring with the Migos later this year.