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Pitchfork is getting dragged on Twitter for article that insinuates that Jay-Z wrote on Pusha T’s #DAYTONA album, but his name only appeared due to Pusha sampling one of his old lines

By Chox-Mak
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

These people are going in on Pitchfork, but the people might have jumped to conclusions. They have an article that talks about Jay-Z being credited as a writer and composer on Pusha T’s DAYTONA. The article goes onto say that it was for some lines Pusha T sampled.

However, sometimes, in this world of insta-news, people don’t always read the full story. A headline is meant to draw the people in, but that’s usually all they see. Without reading the details, people form opinions off the headlines.

But, Rellington Beats is getting Pitchfork dragged, with pitchforks, on Twitter, over their article. Because of these hipster music sites not having writers who grew up listening to music of the genre, people are always ready to go in on them. This one, though, might not have been warranted.

Read the tweets about Jay-Z, Pusha T, and Pitchfork below:

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