Beyoncé Quietly Removes Sample of Kelis’ “Milkshake” on Spotify

Beyoncé silently removed wayThe “Milkshake” interpolation from his song “Energy” from his new album appeared on Spotify, after criticism for not previously approving the idea with the singer.

Wednesday morning, Diversity Confirmed that the sample can no longer be heard on Spotify, although it remains in the version for Apple Music.

While Beyoncé representatives have yet to reveal the reasoning behind its removal, it is probably related to the fact that Kelis herself vocally disapproved of her use of the song, which is the Neptunes, a.k.a. gives credit to Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo, as the lead songwriter for “Milkshake”.

Kelis Calls Beyoncé’s Interpolation of Her 2003 Hit Song “Theft”

The R&B singer claimed on Instagram last week on the album’s release date that she had not been informed that the song would be interpolated and called her use of the 2003 hit song “Steal”.

“It’s not a collab it’s stealth. My mind is also blown because the level of disrespect and utter ignorance of all 3 parties involved is astonishing… I heard about it the same way everyone else heard. Nothing is as it seems, some people in this business have no soul or integrity and have fooled everyone.”

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This is a sample (launch) from Beyoncé’s “Energy” from her album ‘Renaissance’ which uses Kelis’ “Milkshake” produced by Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo. It’s Not From Her Song “Get Along With You” As The Internet Keeps Saying #beyonce #energy #Renaissance #Way #milkshake #get along with you #music #pattern #samples #pattern

Energy (feat. Beam) – Beyoncé

Kelis said that there should have been “human decency” for Beyoncé to inform her in advance that she intended to interrogate parts of the song.

This Isn’t The First Time Beyoncé Has Had Problems With Song Crediting

This isn’t the first time Beyoncé has had a problem with the crediting of the song. In June, she removed two credits from the album’s first single, “Break My Soul”. The track included parts from Robin S’s 1992 dance hit “Show Me Love”, co-written by Alan George and Fred MacFarlane.

A few days later, his credits were re-added to the track.

However, in this case Robin S expressed his gratitude for Beyoncé’s use of the song, saying he was “honoured” and “excited” according to Variety.

Her new album “Renaissance”, while already wildly successful with over 100 million streams on Spotify, has been controversial for reasons other than projections.

“Renaissance” creates further controversy for use of abalist slur

In the song “Heated”, the singer includes the lyrics “sp*zin’ that a**, sp*z that a**”, in which the word “sp*z” is seen as an enabler by the disabled community. He is going. Swear-word.

He has since faced some backlash for using the term, when disability advocate Hannah Deviney wrote “my heart sank” in an op-ed for The Guardian.

On Monday, representatives for Beyoncé confirmed that the song would be changed as a result of a statement. insider,


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