He blasts the record label for not providing the digital booklet and credits for the album.
Any producer who gets his work featured on a major release should be proud of what they have achieved. They get paid accordingly when producing for the artist and the credits are always featured in the physical versions. However, physical copies are not as high in demand as purchasing an album through iTunes or Amazon's digital store so it's totally understandable why a producer would get upset that his contributions have been rebuffed. Do you agree with him?
I hate when you work hard on a project and they dont add the digital booklet and credits. Total disregard for what we do @DefJamRecordsThoughts?
— Fisticuffs (@FisticuffsMusic) September 9, 2014