Roscoe Dash Wants To Know, Where’s His Credit For Writing Wale’s Lotus Bomb

roscoe dash wants to know where is his credits wale and kanye

Roscoe Dash the Atl song writer, hook killer and rapper claims he wrote for Kanye and Wale and he wants to know, where’s his writing credit. Roscoe says he contributed to Kanye’s “Cruel Summer” album and Wale’s “Lotus Bomb” and he doesn’t see his name anywhere under credits. Lotus Bomb hook was sung by Miguel who wrote part of the hook and received credit.

Roscoe took to twitter today to voice his concerns. His tweets started out,

“Everybody go get the G.O.O.D album and listen to #1 then watch @kanyewest interview… & tell me y I’m not on the credits. Can’t do favors for niggas bcuz no matter how humble and generous u r to ppl niggas will take everything u have … Even niggas u look up to. The most talented ppl get the least credit for everything and the crazy part is they put in the MOST work…”Roscoe tweeted.

He continued, “Same shyt with @wale lotus flower bomb I wrote that for him b4 he even signed to Ross & it went #1 ….but nobody would kno that cuz I’m not in the credits. But EVERYTHING must eventually come to the light…. & I’m only speaking on this publicly bcuz there are so many ppl who wanna be apart of the industry but dnt Kno half of the shit that goes on.”

Now, Kanye nor Wale has broke their silence as of yet, but Miguel “Sure Thang” has, as a matter of fact…….

Miguel had a lot to say during an Exclusive interview with Complex check it out,

“As far as I know, Wale and another artist that I recently met penned the original ‘Lotus Flower Bomb’ chorus and I came in and added the second half or the end part…I’m not going to explain myself, this is retarded. I don’t know anything about Roscoe Dash. At the end of the day, I know my involvement in the song and as far as I know, Wale and I, and this other guy, wrote the chorus. The other guy was an alternative artist.”

Miguel goes on to say, ““I think anyone that wants to know who wrote the song can check the credits. I don’t know, I don’t really care. If he did write part of it, then he should get credit for it. All I know is that I didn’t write my portion of the song with Wale in the room-he was in Atlanta, I was in New York. If anyone had any involvement prior to me being involved, that’s unbeknownst to me. Definitely if he wrote a part of it, he should get credit for it but as far as I know, the people who deserve credit on the song are listed. Twitter is definitely not the place to handle business per say. If he wanted to get that rectified, he would have his lawyer contact the proper people.”

Just when you thought it would fizzle down Roscoe Dash fires back quick on the draw,

roscoe fires back at Miguel

Roscoe Dash 2.0 Fires back at Miguel

Roscoe Dash 2.0 fires back at Miguel

Mjj says, Well DAMN there you have it part of the story, there are many sides to a story and we can only wait for Kanye and Wale’s response. Round 1 was interesting and if you had to score based on the first round who would it be?

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Stevie Wonder has come out his mouth side ways. When asked about Frank Ocean and his coming out, Stevie Replied ’Some People Who Think They’re Gay, They’re Confused’.

WTF was that? Stevie is old enough to know better. We know you’re a legend but, damn it Legends need to watch what they say and who they are saying it to……nobody is exempt from that rule of thumb.

via HuffPost

After telling The Guardian’s Paul Lester that he “liked” Ocean, the 62-year-old Wonder said, “I think honestly, some people who think they’re gay, they’re confused.”


He went on to note, “People can misconstrue closeness for love. People can feel connected, they bond. I’m not saying all [gay people are confused]. Some people have a desire to be with the same sex. But that’s them.”


Ocean, an R&B singer who has also written songs for Justin Bieber, John Legend and Beyoncé, surprised fans last month when he revealed that his first love was a man.

Mediajuicejoint says I am Team Stevie All Day but, he must have been on that oohwee during that interview, when he thought about that backlash he set himself up for he issued this statement quick to HuffPost Gay Voices:

“I’m sorry that my words about anyone feeling confused about their love were misunderstood,” Wonder said. “No one has been a greater advocate for the power of love in this world than I; both in my life and in my music. Clearly, love is love, between a man and a woman, a woman and a man, a woman and a woman and a man and a man. What I’m not confused about is the world needing much more love, no hate, no prejudice, no bigotry and more unity, peace and understanding. Period.”

Do You think his apology was sincere? 

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