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Copywrite goes on the attack after The High &Mighty for this track from T.H.E. High Exhaulted 8th Anniversary Edition. The press release from the track reads as follows:

After over a year of trying to work with Mighty Mi to take T.H.E. High Exhaulted off of Itunes and getting nowhere, Copywrite has finally erupted. Copywrite had approached Milo over a year ago about wanting to re-release his debut album since there was never a formal contract between the two he felt there would be no issue. Milo however felt differently and would not give Copywrite permission to include a couple of the tracks that Milo had done production for on the re-release. Copywrite accepted that but insisted that T.H.E High Exhaulted be taken down off of I Tunes and anywhere else Milo might have it for sale. A year later Milo still has not done this. “Poorly Promote This” was born out of Copywrite’s frustration with how Milo and Eon handled the promotion of his first record and the recent chatter that has been heard about him re-releasing his classic debut.

Mighty Mi released this statement to HipHopSite.Com in response to the attack:

“I’m the resident DJ and Music Director at the brand new $70 million Encore Beach Club at the Wynn, Las Vegas. I feel extremely fortunate to still be making a great living in the music industry. The 8 year anniversary of Copywrite’s “High Exhaulted” is the furthest thing on my mind. I hope some day he can move on both artistically and emotionally.

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6 Responses to "Copywrite Attacks High & Mighty, Mighty Mi Responds"
  • DJ Pizzo says:

    I’ll stick up for Milo here, he is the music director / resident DJ for a $70 million dollar club at the Wynn here in Vegas. As far as the beef is concerned, I don’t take a side – I’m friends with both artists. Milo put it to me once like this regarding Em and Cage “everyone’s beef is their own”.

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