Here’s Why J. Cole Used The “Exchange” Beat On “Deja Vu” [LISTEN]

Here’s Why J. Cole Used The “Exchange” Beat On “Deja Vu” [LISTEN]

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J. Cole shut down the music industry last night when he dropped his fourth studio album, 4 Your Eyez Only.  He announced  the album just last week and it has finally arrived!  Since its arrival, various speculations and theories about the album have been circling the internet. 

One of the major things that people have been more than curious about is why J. Cole used Bryson Tiller’s “Exchange” beat on his track, “Deja Vu”.  The two beats sounds pretty much identical and according to Boi-1da and Vinylz, the duo that produced “Deja Vu”, Foreign Teck completely stole their beat and gave it to Bryson Tiller behind Cole’s back.

Vinylz, Boi-1da, and Foreign Teck have been beefing on Twitter since yesterday.  Heck claims he created the beat and Vinylz says that he sent Teck a video with the beat a week before Teck took credit for it on Instagram.

Take a look at their Twitter fingers conversation and compare the songs below.

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