Just Blaze vs Bink!
Former Roc-a-fella producers Bink! and Just Blaze got into a war of words, over Twitter several days ago.
Bink’s trademarks seem to be a big band style of drum programming, with lots of crashes and drum rolls and intricately chopped samples (mostly soul).
The issue? Bink claims Just Blaze heard his track he made for Rick Ross, then copied it and sold it to Rick Ross & Maybach Music Group?
Now, I just want to state that this isn’t the first time Rick Ross has been accused of doing this.
Does Just Blaze set trends or follow them?:
Bink also went on to claim how Just Blaze is a great producer, but lacks originality. Is it plaigarism if you’re using the same sample as before? That’s always going to be a difficult topic, because some producers take pride in digging for rare samples.
And No Love is – well… everyone seems to be flipping 90’s dance music at the moment.
Personally, I love some of his work. Just Blaze is definitley one of the best producers of the last 5 to 10 years, if you ask me but is he unoriginal? And if he is unoriginal, does it matter as long as it’s good?