Travi$ Scott's new single '3500' features ATLers Future and 2 Chainz. It's also produced by Atlanta-based boardsmen Metro Boomin and Zaytoven.
This isn't sitting well with AtLien OG Maco. He believes Scott, who comes from Houston, should be criticized for stealing his city's sound.
Maco expressed this POV yesterday on Twitter:
What's impressive about an Atlanta record made by a non-Atlanta native, backed by two of the biggest artists and producers? Anyone?— OG Maco (@OGMaco) June 8, 2015
I think it's more impressive that the real Atlanta youth is making major strides without co-signs and stacked teams. We empower each other. — OG Maco (@OGMaco) June 8, 2015
I'm saying this and I'm a fan of @trvisXX But we gotta draw the line if we're gonna take the game. We gotta be legendary in our own right— OG Maco (@OGMaco) June 8, 2015
Yall get mad at me because Yall too pussy to say what you think and I think that's hilarious! — OG Maco (@OGMaco) June 8, 2015
Travis is on of the most amazing performers of our time. This is undeniable and also not what im talking about. https://t.co/V2C8SIIg01— OG Maco (@OGMaco) June 8, 2015
Yall sending me this billboard shit forgetting I did that 5 times faster than anyone. Ever. Try again. pic.twitter.com/U5JJMOVQFE — OG Maco (@OGMaco) June 8, 2015
One day the internet will learn the difference between peer criticism and hate. Until then, fuckem.— OG Maco (@OGMaco) June 8, 2015
OG Maco is big on calling out other artists for taking what doesn't belong to them. Previously he's accused Beyonce of stealing his video concept in the visuals for her hit '7/11'.
So far no word on Maco's criticism from Scott -- who's probably out looking for nerds to yell at -- or the "stacked" team of ATLers who aided him in his sound theft.
What do you think? Does Maco make any sense here?