Can The Real Producer Please Stand Up
Factory Djs have been making waves since they came to the scene. Banger after banger. From hanging out with Martin Garrix at Ultra South Africa to having their tracks played by Blasterjaxx, its only natural for people to try and copy if not steal their music.
A while back, Factory Djs had an issue with one of their tracks. A random guy who probably lived in his mum’s basement decided to download their track and re-upload it on his YouTube channel with a different title,crediting himself as the sole creator and producer of the track. Factory Djs were alerted and the track was taken down, the random basement guy disappeared too.
It has now come to our attention following an anonymous tip yesterday that Dj Green, yes,the Dj Green who was here two weekends back headlining Color Festival has also decided to rip off Factory Djs work; Juno.
The funny thing is, Dj Green dropped the jam during #ColorFest and he proudly uploaded it on his Instagram page with corny hashtags like #Dj #Love #PLUR #Rave. How can we PLUR when you are ripping off people from the country you are visiting bruh? How?
The cheekiness of this dude is on another level, he uploaded a screen shot of the track on Soundcloud and followed it with #DjGreen,#Anthem, #Me,#Producer, #Support et al.
The only adjustment Dj Green did to the track was add a Dj drop “This is
motherfucking Dj Green” before the fire drops. You gotta give it to him though,you got to have balls of steel and a don’t care attitude out of this world thinking you would do that and get away with it. Eventually, the truth catches up with you.
Factory Djs released Juno about an year ago on SB Records while Dj Green’s Anthem was put up the cloud about 6 months ago. Been a victim of plagiarism, I have strong feelings on this. Like how lazy and cold are you to steal someone’s hustle and parade it all around claiming its yours? You don’t know what it took for the artist to come up with the track or how long it took them.
If you are having a producer block, take some time off. Listen to Michael Jackson or some Elvis and eventually your groove will be back. But NEVER steal another creative’s work. Its as low as low can get
Listen to the ORIGINAL JUNO BY FACTORY DJS HERE
LISTEN TO THE FAKE JUNO (or is it Dj Green’s Anthem) HERE
The track even ends prematurely people
Factory Djs and Dj Green weren’t available for comment when we went to publishing. We will keep you updated as it develops.