Dancehall artiste Venomus Wants Credits for Work done with QQ.

by DHRW
(Jamaica)


According to an article posted in the Star News Paper on Friday the 13th of September 2013, Venomus is not too happy about the way in which he's been treated by QQ and his Management team.

Here's section of the article posted in the STAR NEWS PAPER

Up-and-coming entertainer Venomus thought he had found success with his One Drop collaboration with QQ. The song is arguably the hottest song currently in dancehall.

This illusion of success was short-lived however, as he has not been benefitting from the song as he thinks he should. He said he has received almost no credit for his role in the song.

Venomus believes he is being brushed under the proverbial carpet by QQ and his team.

Venomus says he finds this extremely strange, as the two have known each other for years. He said he has been on the road with QQ for a while, and has written parts of some of his songs. He named Rum Ram as one such, and his vocals were also used in Ghetto Gal.

He claims One Drop was written by the two at QQ's birthday celebration in Maverly, and since the song went big, QQ has run off with the limelight.


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Dancehall Reggae World was contacted by a member of team Venomus who informed us that Venomus has since record a single titled "Give Thanks". We were also informed that the song speaks to all the songs which Venomus had helped QQ to wrote but did not received any credits.

The source said the single 'Give Thanks' will be release on Monday 16th of September 2013.

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