DJ Luke Nasty Responds After His “Melodies From Heaven” Remix Is Removed From Media Platforms: “I Sample To Pay Homage, It’s Never Disrespectful” (Exclusive Details)


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DJ Luke Nasty is understood for taking the hits we all know and love and turning them into bops that we are able to flip as much as! His most up-to-date challenge turned Kirk Franklin’s “Melodies From Heaven” right into a lil hip-hop track referred to as “Rain”, but it surely doesn’t appear to be the remix went over properly with Kirk.

We not too long ago reported that Luke’s remix was faraway from Twitter and SoundCloud resulting from copyright points, simply someday after Kirk Franklin took to the ‘gram making it known that he did not approve of the sample.

We spoke to Luke exclusively, and he let us know that sampling is just his way of paying homage to the songs and artists that people enjoy.

“Sampling is a culture,” he tells us. “Sampling is an art. I sample to pay homage. I sample because it feels good…it’s by no means disrespect, it’s music.”

Luke has sampled everybody from Usher to XCAPE and Tony! Toni! Toné! and says that his solely objective is to givethe folks what they wish to hear.

“I take the Ls to make sure the fans get that nostalgic feeling. I take the Ls so that music is never forgotten.”

If you haven’t heard “Rain” by DJ Luke Nasty, you possibly can hear a snippet beneath:

As we beforehand reported, Kirk Franklin took to Instagram to let followers know that he didn’t approve of the model of the track that DJ Luke put out, and y’all know he had his lil’ choir behind him.

“Y’all know me, y’all been knowing me for a long time. And y’all know I do some crazy stuff. But I have not cleared any other version but this version, this is the only version.”

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