On June 10th, Durvel Wilson Sr. of Native Son Entertainment went about his usual promotional methods of posting new music from his artist to various sites and his friends on Facebook. His newest promotional efforts was towards his son Durvel Wilson Jr. aka Young Vishis with his new single Snapbacks Back: The Tupac Remix.
One of the Facebook pages he posted the song on was Young Money President Mack Maine’s official site. About eighteen days after, to his surprise, the song was "stolen" and recorded by Young Money artist Tyga with a feature from Chris Brown, not Young Vishis.
The chorus was changed a little but the concept of doing it about snapback hats is what they took from the 12 year old artist.
In speaking with Durvel Wilson Sr., he said, "That's straight wrong, they stealing songs from a 12 year old who takes the time to write his own material and promote himself."
Young Vishis stated, "They could have at least asked me to get on my own song with them" but to jack my whole song that was wrong."
Durvel Sr. added, "When we went back to Mack Maine’s Facebook page, everything else that was posted that day was still there, but our post with the song was deleted. What he didn't remember though is that my page will still say that I added a link to his page that day. So it was a dumb move removing it."
For more proof check Young Vishis’ YouTube video for the song below: