Kenneth 'Spragga' Wilson told YardFlex this week that the controversy surrounding the 'Spiritual Warfare' rhythm that spawned the monster hit, 'Serious Time' is being resolved.
"How can I steal something when they carried the rhythm to me? I paid them for the producer's cut, I paid to get Bongo and Tony Greene to play on it, I paid for studio time, and mi spend countless, sleepless nights going to clubs and radio stations to buss the tune. But I understand that it is just business so every man will get his fair share, they will get their mechanical rights. Dizzle is just 'bad mind', him jus ah try push a ting when all him do is engineer the drum kick. Mi and the other man dem cool," he said.
The rhythm is owned by co-producers 'Radic' and 'Dr. Dizzle', the latter of whom has a heavyweight publisher associated with Anchor Recording Studio in his corner. They have been contending that they are not being recognized for their contribution to the hit.