K.E. On The Track Los Angeles

Complaint: I posted a snippet of my new single “Brok Niggasu201d on my instagram page. Within minutes after posting it someone named will.ceo left a comment complimenting my music and asking me to send him a DM to talk music. According to will.ceou2019s title on Instagram he is K.E. on the Tracks Manager. I sent will.ceo a DM and he said that K.E. on the Track asked that I email him directly. Will.ceo said that “”Iu2019m sure with your sound and his beats you will make classicsu201d. I emailed K.E. and he responded not long after. He said I was very talented and that he could take my career to the next level. He told me to look him up on Wikipedia and his website to see all the majors heu2019s worked with. He said heu2019s been putting artists on because he has a lot of relationships in the industry. Then he asked what my budget was. I looked at K.E.u2019s website

Tags: Entertainer, Music, Producers

Address: Instagram

Website: he has connections. He asked me to send half of the $500 payment in the next 20 minutes. He said it would be okay to make the remainder $250 payment the following day and then he would send me the feature with Juicy J. I sent half the payment. Later on during the evening something told me to do an information search on the internet to find out if anyone had reported being scammed by K.E. On the Track. Report after report popped up dating all the way back to 2009 of people being scammed by this producer. He makes the same kind of promises to every upcoming artist. He sells the same story over and over. K.E. texted me the same night saying that he was checking in for his studio session that was going to start at 10pm. He did that because he wanted me to send more money. But I immediately texted him back questioning him about reports of him scamming people. I sent him screen shots and links that I found online and asked him to explain. He never responded back and then he blocked me on the phone and his Instagram account @keonthetrack I usually donu2019t make complaints because I believe that in business taking risks and losses is part of the game. But this is different. I did not search him out or contact him. He found my account and contacted me. His actions are predatory

Phone: Wikipedia and YouTube and blogs and he indeed he has worked with many major music artists. His page is verified on Instagram so all of these things made it seem like heu2019s legit. Due to all of these factors my usual “”scammer alarmu201d bells initially did not go off. I figured that a producer who has worked with a lot of majors like K.E. would charge thousands for beats. So I initially didnu2019t see how I was going to work with him. I informed K.E. that I donu2019t have a big budget because Iu2019m an Independent Artist and then I said hopefully we can work something out. He didnu2019t respond to that email. I figured he didnu2019t respond because I didnu2019t give him a price for my budget. In my mind being contacted by a known music producer was an opportunity that I didnu2019t want to miss. So I came up with a $500 budget and contacted K.E. to see if it was something he could work with. As soon as I emailed him with a budget he responded right away and commented saying he we could get started but he would only drop his beat price to $500 if I purchased the beats the same day. He made a comment about me taking three days to respond to let him know what my budget was and that because I took so long he didnu2019t know if I was serious about my career. He told me heu2019s more of an action type man. His response was very cocky and assertive. He writes and speaks with major confidence which is typical for a con artist. I told him I could get started the same day. So he asked for my phone number and then called to talk to me over the phone. We talked for about 30 minutes he said he likes to get to know an artist before he asks for a payment. He told me he wanted to mentor me and help me break into the industry like he helped Future. He said nobody knew who Future was until he started working with him. He told me he has a place in Downtown LA and a place in Atlanta. He said he was in Atlanta at the moment but would be coming back to LA in a few days. But he said he didnu2019t want me to wait until he got back to start recording songs. He said he would send me beats and he told me to go to the studio and record music to the beats I liked. He said I was paying for exclusive rights and ownership of the beats. He asked for the money in advance. He asked me to send it in the next 20 minutes. He asked me to Cash App the money. I told him Iu2019d rather send it through PayPal. He said he didnu2019t have a PayPal account and that if I wanted to PayPal I had to send it through his assistant. He told me to step into the 21st century that nobody uses PayPal anymore which is complete B.S. I went ahead and sent the payment through cash app. Not long after K.E. sent me 9 tracks. He contacted me a while later and asked me if I liked the beats. I asked if he could send more because I wanted to see what other sounds he had. He said okay and sent me 5 more tracks. I told him I would listen to them and get back to him. I started writing to many of his tracks and text him to inform him of my progress and let him know Iu2019d be going to the studio to record. He said okay. He said he would be in contact with me frequently to mentor me along the way. Four days after purchasing tracks from K.E. he sent me a text saying that he was going into the studio with Juicy J and said that he can get Juicy J to do a feature with me for a low price. Because he does a lot of things for Juicy J and he said Juicy J is his brother. I said I was interested but asked what the price was. He told me to hold on via text and then texted me back and said he was able to get the feature for $1000. K.E. said that he would pay half of the $1000 so that I would only have to pay $500. I asked him when do I have to pay the $500 he told me to pay it by that day because his session with Juicy J was that night. I asked him how is this transaction was supposed to happen if both him and Juicy J are in Atlanta? He said he had been running around Atlanta all day with Juicy J. He said the transaction was easy. He said he was going to play Juicy J tracks until he found a sound he liked and once Juicy J recorded his part K.E. would send the song to me so that I could take it to the studio and record my part. K.E. said thatu2019s how most features are done. K.E. then told me that once I recorded the song not to release it because that would mess up my opportunity to make money. He said he would help me get connected to Juicy Ju2019s Manager who could get us connected to outlets that would pay me hundreds of thousands of dollars to release the song through their distribution channel. He said once I recorded the song and they heard how good I am that Juicy Ju2019s management could provide me with a day to day manager to help get me shows and get my career going. K.E.u2019s promises and offers kept getting more and more elaborate which is what made me start to think that something about him isnu2019t right. So my alarm bells started going off. However

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