Emtee Talks About Paying Music Producers Full Rates for Their Work

Emtee Talks About Paying Music Producers Full Rates for Their Work

  • Emtee took to social media recently to tell artists, especially rappers, to pay producers their full rates
  • The Roll Up hitmaker was specifically talking about his producer BlackTears after an unnamed person bragged about being in studio with the young producer
  • BlackTears produced Emtee record titled All My Life and it's clear that they developed a good relationship when they were working on the song

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Emtee knows a thing or two about being exploited in the Mzansi music industry. The star even parted ways with his former record label Ambitiouz Entertainment after they allegedly didn't pay him what they owed him.

Emtee, paying music producers, full rates
Emtee wants artists to pay their music producers full rates. Image: @emteerecords
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The star took to social media recently to ask other creatives to pay people they work with in full instead of exploiting them and only using them for their talent.

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The rapper was reacting to someone who told him he was working with a young producer named BlackTears. Emtee worked with the hip-hop producer on his song called All My Life. Taking to Twitter, the Roll Up hitmaker asked everyone who works with the young talented upcoming producer to pay him his full rates.

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According to SAHipHopMag, Emtee is making sure that BlackTears gets to shine and at the same time eat just like rappers he works with.

Cassper Nyovest surprises fans with new hip-hop banger

In other music news, Briefly News reported that Cassper Nyovest has gone back to his music roots. The rapper has dropped a new hip-hop banger and his fans are loving it.

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Mufasa had been slammed by many of his peeps for allegedly abandoning the rap industry when he jumped on the Amapiano wave. He has since dropped yanos bangers such as Siyathandana.

The star took to Twitter on Thursday to let his hip-hop fans know that he has prepared a little something for them. The lit single titled The Pressure dropped at midnight. He has surely proved all his critics wrong.

Most of his naysayers had been claiming that Cassper Nyovest abandoned the genre because he had run out of ideas. The rapper has proved that he still has a lot to offer the Mzansi rap scene. Mufasa still has dope bars and sick flows.

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