Daz Dillinger Calls Out DJ Mustard For Jacking Beat
Daz Dillinger, of Tha Dogg Pound, recently took to the Internet, accusing DJ Mustard of jacking one of his beats.
In an interview with DPG Uncut TV, the West Coast rap legend offers evidence that Mustard stole the beat for Mila J's single, "My Main", but failed to give him credit or publishing.
"They stole this, but I ain't get no publishing, so that's why I gotta sue the publishing company. DJ Mustard didn't give us no publishing, he didn't give us nothing," Daz says in the video, comparing the song to "Who Got Some Gangsta Sh*t?", off Snoop Dogg's 1995 soundtrack for Murder Was the Case.
Daz goes on to allege that DJ Mustard didn't even produce the beat himself, though his signature stamp is on it. "He didn't even do the beat. He just put his name on the beat. Somebody else did all that sh*t, he just put his name on there," he explains.
According to Daz, the two got into an argument on Twitter over the alleged beat jacking, but have since settled things.
He says once he gets the publishing issues with Sony settled, he'll be coming after Mustard.
During his career, Daz produced a number of massive hits for the likes of Tupac, Snoop Dogg and Nate Dogg, as well as longtime DPGC partner, Kurupt.