According to TMZ, the producer whose name is Chris Hill says he produced a beat in March 2008 which appeared on ‘Chris Hill Beats (Gangsta Boogie Vol 2).’
He says he met Khaled in October 2008 at an Atlanta nightclub, and handed him a CD.
Hill says he never heard a peep from Khaled – then lo and behold, eight years later, ‘Keys’ dropped.
In the lawsuit, Hill says he immediately recognized his handiwork.
He also notes just how popular Khaled’s track has become – more than 79 million YouTube views.
Hill’s suing Khaled – not Future or Jay – as well as Sony Music and various producers for a cut of their immense profits.
So far, Khaled hasn’t commented or released a statement regarding the latest suit.