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Postby Emre » 12 Jan 2018, 16:23

It has nearly broken me.
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Postby dolanpls » 12 Jan 2018, 17:54

Her producer needs more credit. Every Malua track has been quality.
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Postby bassfaceBAM » 12 Jan 2018, 18:31

dolanpls:Her producer needs more credit. Every Malua track has been quality.


It's tiresome hearing comments like this. I am willing to bet there is many many many male "producers" that don't get anywhere near the shit Malua does. Is it not out the realms of possibility that while bot being a fully fledged producer she may be a great ideas person so she would definitely have a hand in the creation of the track? Very hard to produce music,write it, master it, sound design, mix it. At the end of the day music is also a business that needs to be sold and who ever is behind her music will be getting paid his or her dues. There is no theft going on.

OT, quite like it. It's hard and has a classic vibe to its melody
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Postby John Cove » 12 Jan 2018, 20:33

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dolanpls:Her producer needs more credit. Every Malua track has been quality.


It's tiresome hearing comments like this. I am willing to bet there is many many many male "producers" that don't get anywhere near the shit Malua does. Is it not out the realms of possibility that while bot being a fully fledged producer she may be a great ideas person so she would definitely have a hand in the creation of the track? Very hard to produce music,write it, master it, sound design, mix it. At the end of the day music is also a business that needs to be sold and who ever is behind her music will be getting paid his or her dues. There is no theft going on.

OT, quite like it. It's hard and has a classic vibe to its melody


It's just more than obvious that she is ghosted. I heard this "she gives the ideas blabla" enough. When you are a producer, do your shit on your own. To be honest I don't really respect the Alpha Twins anymore, too. You could literally hear the specific style from their ghost producers through the years (NC, Wildstylez, E-Force, JoS).

Makes me sick.
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Postby macdz » 12 Jan 2018, 21:06

The same shit comes to musicians. I completely get it. Once you get exposed, people might take advantage of that by bashing you for making weak ass music. It's better to stay hidden, instead. Why can't you get it ? Some ppl write songs for others. You have been secured by not showing ur true identity. I don't get why you don't get it John Cove. That maker of Malua's music brings in a shitload of money I am sure. Everyone gets credit. Uhh...

Makes me sick.
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Postby Jesse » 16 Jan 2018, 18:39

It sounds to me the Malua tracks are produced by The Anarchist
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Postby BazzProject » 17 Jan 2018, 11:43

The sad thing in here is, that all the talking is about the producer of the track instead of the track itself. And I dont get why you are so concerned about the person producing is not Malua herself. This does not do any difference. Its all about the music.

To my mind this is a pretty nice track :)
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Postby John Cove » 17 Jan 2018, 20:46

BazzProject:The sad thing in here is, that all the talking is about the producer of the track instead of the track itself. And I dont get why you are so concerned about the person producing is not Malua herself. This does not do any difference. Its all about the music.

To my mind this is a pretty nice track :)


Because a person gets respect/fame for something that was made by someone else. It's just not right.
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Postby BazzProject » 17 Jan 2018, 21:10

John Cove:
BazzProject:The sad thing in here is, that all the talking is about the producer of the track instead of the track itself. And I dont get why you are so concerned about the person producing is not Malua herself. This does not do any difference. Its all about the music.

To my mind this is a pretty nice track :)


Because a person gets respect/fame for something that was made by someone else. It's just not right.


The ghost producer knows what he is doing. Its not like Malua is stealing the track from someones hard drive and then publishes it.
All involved people know what they are doing and do it on purpose.
Maybe the ghost producer does not want to be in the public at all.

Where is the fcking problem?
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Postby propells » 18 Jan 2018, 02:44

John Cove, as a former music student and guitar player i totally agree with you here.

Music (which is art to me, lifeworks to a lot of people) shouldn't be bullshitted with like it does in this genre. The whole "ghost-produced" thing is so cringe, bring that shit up to Axl Rose and he'll spit on your face. I don't want to see a Metallica cover band, i want to see Metallica ffs.

OT: Decent track, shit music industry.
I think we all know the answer.. Explosions!
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Postby macdz » 18 Jan 2018, 13:04

This track is so spot-on _O_
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Postby ThePrincipal » 18 Jan 2018, 13:30

if people feel so badly about ghosting, they should make the labels change it or do something that will actually terminate it existing. whinging on the net will never change anything


Nice track by Devin Wild by the way (I presume he made it)
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Postby Emre » 18 Jan 2018, 13:33

propells:John Cove, as a former music student and guitar player i totally agree with you here.

Music (which is art to me, lifeworks to a lot of people) shouldn't be bullshitted with like it does in this genre. The whole "ghost-produced" thing is so cringe, bring that shit up to Axl Rose and he'll spit on your face. I don't want to see a Metallica cover band, i want to see Metallica ffs.

OT: Decent track, shit music industry.


This happens in literally every genre man :dunno:
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Postby propells » 18 Jan 2018, 13:34

ThePrincipal:if people feel so badly about ghosting, they should make the labels change it or do something that will actually terminate it existing. whinging on the net will never change anything


Nice track by Devin Wild by the way (I presume he made it)


What can we do? Most people don't care much about it so all we can do is not supporting them :)
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