Hudson Mohawke And Zomby Involved In Alleged Altercation
British producers Zomby and Hudson Mohawke were involved in an altercation at London nightclub, XOYO, where words were exchanged. What exactly provoked the fight is unknown, but both took to the Internet to discuss what happened, though most tweets were deleted. A tweet from Zomby showed bleeding knuckles but was subsequently deleted. HudMo tweeted about feeling pity for jokes made on Twitter and posted a photo of a rather blemish free face.
Read more of the deleted tweets here.
As for tales of blood n black eyes, decide for urself, photo proof vs a well renowned bullshitter heh pic.twitter.com/0JmlxuzlBw
— Hudson Mohawke (@HudMo) March 9, 2014
Hudson Mohawke was signed to GOOD Music, the record label founded by Kanye West early last year, and was previously signed with Warp Records. His only album to date, Butter, was released in 2009, but Hudson Mohawke also has released several EPs and produced for several artists (R. Kelly, Azealia Banks, Pusha T). The Scottish producer’s track “100hm” was featured on Grand Theft Auto V last year. The Scot also created a garage remix of Disclosure’s “White Noise.”
Zomby began releasing music in 2007, with Memories being his first extended play. His first album Where Were U in ’92 was released the following year. In 2011, the English producer was signed to 4AD Records, where he released Dedication and With Love, his third and fourth albums released in 2011 and 2013 respectively. In 2012, Zomby was accused of plagiarizing after a fellow UK producer Reark posted “Natalia’s Song.” 4AD Records then credited Reark on the song.