Drake Calls Out Universal Motown Records Over Stopping Song Leaks
Toronto, Ontario emcee/singer star Drake is apparently fed up with his parent label.
Toronto, Ontario emcee/singer star Drake is apparently fed up with his parent label. The Young Money artist used Twitter yesterday (June 23) to call out Universal Motown Records over cease-and-desisting song leaks of "Marvin's Room" and "Trust Issues" - records that Drake seemed to want fans to have.
With sophomore studio album Take Care planned for fourth quarter release, Drake and his label will have to come to terms.
"Universal needs to stop taking my fucking songs down. I am doing this for the people not for your label", he tweeted.
Recently, Drake's touring buddy J. Cole and Sony/Roc Nation have also been halting online posting of songs from the North Carolina native's debut album.