JWhiteDidIt is currently one of the hottest producers in the game ever since producing several songs off Cardi B's debut album, Invasion Of Privacy, most notably "Bodak Yellow" and "I Like It." He has gone on to work with Megan Thee Stallion, Iggy Azalea, and, most recently, Flo Milli.
After listening to the J White produced track, "Weak" by Flo Milli, I am starting to see how J White Really
Does It. If you notice the songs he is credited with producing, he allows the sample to do all the work, meaning it's a very karaoke style. The sample is very obvious, and all he did was pimp it out. No creativity.
If that is not the case, then someone is accusing him of recreating their sound. We have spoken about "ghost producers" in the past. This is when well-known producers slap his/her tag on beats created by a lesser-known producer. JWhiteDidIt is listed in the "Bodak Yellow" $100M lawsuit, where he is accused of just recreating the sound. He has also been accused of stealing "Savage." If these accusations of stealing keep coming up around his name, we are really going to have start taking a closer look at how JWhiteDidIt.
As for the way he samples, I am not one of those people who doesn't know that Hip Hop was created off the art of sampling. I have no problem with producers sampling songs. However, J White doesn't seem to do much with his samples. There is a way to sample, where the producer makes that sample there's because they were so creative with how they used it. That lazy sample method that is becoming popular (i.e., Drake - Nice For What) is OK to use once or twice, but that should not be your calling card. When a song sounds more like a remake than a sample, I am going to think JWhiteDidIt.
Random thought of the day.
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