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London On Da Track is making it known that although Summer Walker’s newest album has some low blows aimed at the producer, he is still getting paid in the process.

London On Da Track, who executive produced Walker’s debut album, Over It, also has writing credits on ten tracks to the follow-up Still Over It detailing the ins and outs of his and Walker’s relationship.

After learning of the producer’s role in Still Over It, fans were quick to comment that London is still making money off his own diss tracks.

The producer quoted a fan’s tweet in his Instagram Stories, “London on Da Track the first n—- in history to get paid off his own diss album.”

London posted a photo of himself on Instagram with the caption “Fair Exchange” after he posted the fan’s tweet on his Story.

Summer Walker is on pace to become the highest-selling album from a female R&B artist since Beyoncé’s Lemonade, as the album is expected to sell over 200,000 copies in its first week per HotNewHipHop.