There is immediately a new hit ready for the many fans of the rappers Sleiman and Tekashi69.
The two have reportedly written a song together, but according to the Danish part of the duo will the american rappers people don't publish it.
Now he will, therefore, have a judge to go in and determine it, so the song can come out. It writes TMZ, who is in possession of documents from the action.
According to the documents has Sleiman made a deal in december 2018, he will have to sing on the song, which has got the catchy name of the 'Red Bandnna [sic]/Black Hoodie'. Tekashi had allegedly sold the rights to the song to Sleiman for 88.000 euros equivalent to approximately 657.000 Danish kroner.
But after the Danish rapper had bought the rights and had started to do the song finished, put the american rappers management the brakes and told him it was Tekashi, who had the exclusive rights to the song.
There are not yet taken a decision in the case. Photo: AP
Sleiman, according to the documents threatened to be sued if he released the song.
the Dane would now like to ask the judge to say that he is the rightful owner of the song, so he can get his song released. He also ask for his money back, because Tekashi has withheld the song for so long.
Tekashi is right now imprisoned for several crimes including possession of drugs and weapons.
the Extra Leaf has been in contact with Sleiman, but he has no further comments on the matter right now.
Sleiman is known from songs such as 'Bomaye' and 'forever young'. In 2012 he released the book 'But we became evil: Sleiman - a former member of the indvandrerbanden Bloodz', which tells the story of rapperens life in the gang Bloodz, which in 2007 resulted in the fact that he was shot in a gang-related conflict.
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