Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Producer Dane Ray Accuses Quick Cook Of Stealing His Slang

According to rising producer turn recording artiste Dane Ray he's accusing fellow artiste Quick Cook of using a supposed desperate attempt to reignite a career that Ray claims was never established in the beginning. He says the highly unconventional Quick Cook released an article earlier last week identifying slangs which he claims he invented and was never credited for.

Dane Ray further stated, "It seems a bit ironic that the “bread” artiste would make such a claim at this point in time when his latest adopted slang “prang” was hijacked from me. In Quick Cook’s defense he is a known creative originator of slangs but Dane Ray is no novice either in the Dancehall Scene."

Ray is a burgeoning producer and engineer, now evolving artiste that is known for producing hits such as Jamaican Everyday by Charly Black, Top Jockey, performed by him, Dig Out and multiple chart topping hits from the past and present. 

Dane Ray is also known for working with a number of top tier acts contributing to the mastering of tracks performed by Mavado, Capleton, Vybz Kartel, Sizzla, Gyptian, Kalado among several other artiste in the industry.