Tyga Accused Of Stealing The Beat From Lotto Boyzz ‘HitList’ & They’re Not Happy

21 February 2018, 12:11

Tyga vs. Lotto Boyzz

Tyga was previously called out for copying the beat of Drake's 'Controlla'.

Following the release of his new album 'Kyoto' last week, Tyga has come under fire once again.

The California rapper, who faced criticism after unveiling the controversial artwork for the album, has been accused of stealing a beat for one of his songs.

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On closer inspection of the Tory Lanez-featured track 'Faithful', keen-eared listeners heard a strong resemblance to a song by Birmingham duo Lotto Boyzz, 'HitList'.

Soon enough, Lotto Boyzz caught onto the situation and issued a series of messages aimed at Tyga on Instagram.

"You lot F*cking seen this?" they wrote, "Tag @kinggoldchains and let him know he owes us Big £". Listen to the tracks below.


You lot F*cking seen this? Tag @kinggoldchains and let him know he owes us Big £

A post shared by Lotto Boyzz (@lottoboyzz) onFeb 20, 2018 at 12:42pm PST


@kinggoldchains where’d you get that beat from

A post shared by Lotto Boyzz (@lottoboyzz) onFeb 20, 2018 at 1:46pm PST


They said he's lotto now #WhoDidDaShit

A post shared by Lotto Boyzz (@lottoboyzz) onFeb 20, 2018 at 8:09pm PST

Tyga has made himself known as a fan of British R&B in the past, previously posting videos of himself listening to rising stars like J Hus.

And this isn't the first time Tyga has been accused of stealing sounds - back in 2016, the rapper was targeted after allegedly copying the beat from Drake's 'Controlla' for his song '1 Of 1'.

In response to the ongoing drama, Twitter users are flagging up the issue in big way.

Tyga is yet to respond to the news.

Meanwhile, the 'Temperature' rapper allegedly demanded a paternity test over Kylie Jenner's baby, Stormi Webster.

Speaking on the issue in a recent interview, Tyga claimed that there was "no bad blood" between the pair.

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