Vinylz & Boi-1da On Why J. Cole's 'Deja Vu' & Bryson Tiller's 'Exchange' Sound The Same

By HHL Editors

After giving J. Cole's new album 4 Your Eyez Only a listen, people started noticing something odd: The beat on 'Deja Vu' sounds the same as the one on the Bryson Tiller track 'Exchange.'

So did the song's producers, Boi-1da & Vinylz, swipe the beat from Tiller and his team?

Actually, according to Boi-1da & Vinylz, the exact opposite happened.

In a series of Twitter exchanges the producers accuse The Mekanics producer Foreign Teck of stealing their beat, and then getting it out before they did.

For his part, Foreign Teck denies Vinylz' account of what happened.

Here are the two tracks in question:

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