Logic Sounds Off On Sample Clearance Frustrations: "Fuck Clearing Samples"

publish date: 2019-05-07
source: hiphopdx


Rapper, producer, and (now) best-selling author Logic took to Twitter on Monday (May 6) to vent his frustrations over recent sample clearance issues, following a frustrating battle to clear the use of the late Lou Reed's 'Walk On The Wild Side' for the Supermarket soundtrack.
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