I was taking a call from an unsigned artist, Braddy Tha Hustla, CEO of GBU Entertainment, from Macon Georgia in reference to doing an eblast and online profile on the site. Brady is currently pushing a single entitled “Cash 3/Cash 4″. To listen to the music or watch the unofficial video, click HERE.
During our initial conversation he mentioned a few issues that he was having with a producer that is not doing good business. I was floored to find out that the producer in question was KE on the Track. After hearing his side of the story, going over all documents, emails and text, I expressed to Braddy that I would do the online blast and profile for free if he would not mind telling his story to the masses. So here we are.
Braddy sent KE the initial deposit for the track, KE stopped communicating immediately. (CLASSIC HUSTLE MOVE) I can confirm the negotiations and the contracts because Braddy produced all of the written literature, emails and text that were sent between himself and KE.
The emails that were used were firstname.lastname@example.org and BEATPROMOS@gmail.com.
How many other people has this happened to?
Do we need to fill out a RipOffReport on KE?
Is this the type of business practices that KE is used to?
Braddy Tha Hustla Links:
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