A music producer is considering taking legal action against icon Janet Jackson who allegedly accused him of lying about working with her.
It all started when producer Seven Aurelius uploaded a 2005 unmastered Jackson track titled “S.E.X.L.I.N.E.S” to his SoundCloud account. He said the song was “an exclusive gift for Janet fans.”
But Jackson’s people weren’t so giving.
Without warning SoundCloud deleted the track from Aurelius’s account.
Jackson, whose current album Unbreakable is #1 on the charts, reportedly asked SoundCloud to delete the song.
To add insult to injury, a music blog published a quote, allegedly from Jackson’s people, claiming Janet did not record the song or write it. And furthermore, she has never worked with Aurelius in the past.
From Page Six:
Music blog the Boombox posted a statement from Jackson, saying of Aurelius’ tune: “Miss Jackson has no interest in being associated with this song since she did not write it, produce it or perform in it. It is a hoax.”
Bonvicino insists it’s legit and said Jackson flew Aurelius to Minneapolis to work with her: “They’re friends. It completely blinded him that they would discredit his work. Our legal team is pursuing vigorous legal remedy.”
The Boombox removed its story after we contacted Jackson’s team, who informed us, “No comments were made to the media.”