Big Dada will donate their share of the royalties from Wiley's releases with them to charity.
The label worked with the grime legend on a number of projects between 2007 and 2014, and that catalogue includes some of the artist's best work.
Appalled by Wiley's anti-semitic rants across the weekend, Big Dada have moved to give their portion of the monies from those releases to charity.
The label will funnel the royalties towards charities that fight anti-semitism, adding that they "fully condemn" his comments.
We released some records by Wiley between 2007 and 2014. We fully condemn Wiley's comments and royalties from those records will be donated to campaigns that fight anti-Semitism.— Big Dada (@bigdadarecords) July 25, 2020
For clarity, we are donating the label share of royalties https://t.co/NMTxSb9eGT— Big Dada (@bigdadarecords) July 26, 2020
The move came hours after Wiley's management company confirmed a full separation from the artist, also due to his anti-semitic comments.
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