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Looks as if Record Labels are trying to avoid the Musical Recession that is ‘Bey Season’ at any cost necessary.



So Apparently (And I’ve tested this to make certain) whenever someone searches for the word “Beyonce” the first thing that pops up is a tweet from Interscope Record’s Twitter page stating that Bey’s new song Run The World (Girls) was really a REMAKE of the Major Lazer song Pon The Floor, and then it provides a link to hear the original.

. . .

I’m confused, as to why?

Interscope doesn’t WORK or have ANY financial interest or ties to Beyonce or Major Lazer’s projects.

They just want all their followers to know the beat is sampled?

What’s The Point?

So, Does it mean anything that Interscope’s largest Artist is Lady Gaga?



Is it Really that serious?

Smells like shade to us, But they’ll need more than that.

Your Thoughts?

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