D.R.A.M Insist Drake Stole His Song For “Hotline Bling”

Drake is being called the vulture of rap music and rapper D.R.A.M is insisting that the Toronto rapper stole his song “Cha Cha” for “Hotline Bling.”

Drake new video “Hotline Bling” has been the hottest topic in hip hop circles since last week thanks to those dance moves. The song was already hugely successful without the video peaking at No. 2 on Billboard Hot 100.

Drake Says Dancehall Inspire ‘Hotline Bling’ Dance Moves

But shortly after the video went viral, D.R.A.M went on Twitter to vent his frustration saying that he felt like Drake jacked his song.

But Drake says the song and the video was inspired by dancehall culture of several artists rapping over the same beat.

Watch both Drake “Hotline Bling” and D.R.A.M’s “Cha Cha.”

Right after D.R.A.M called out Drake, Odd Future rapper Earl Sweatshirt took to Twitter to call Drizzy a vulture after the Young Money rapper posted a video of himself dancing to upcoming rapper Kodak Black song “SKRT.”

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“drake found kodak black? smh welp,” Sweatshirt tweeted.

“Naw bro. no hipster nothing. drake can be a bit of a vulture on young rap ni***s and i don’t want lil kodak to be a victim of it,” he responded to one fan on Twitter.

Who is D.R.A.M

D.R.A.M is a rapper/singer/producer from Virginia with a new style of rap that has a reggae feel. He even look like a reggae artist decked out with dreadlocks. His songs has a feel good vibes and are very catchy.

He says that his song “Cha Cha” samples Super Mario World and Drake jacked it for his mega hit single “Hotline Bling.”

D.R.A.M also has a new album out title Gahdamn!.

Do you think there are a lot of similarities between “Cha Cha” and “Hotline Bling”?

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