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R&B veteran Aaron Hall, who was a member of the 80’s and 90’s trio Guy, is calling out present day crooners like The-Dream, Trey Songz and R. Kelly, all artists who have taken parts of his style to garner their own success.

Hall, who is gearing up for the release of his new album 64 Classic, lead by the first single “There Will Never Be Another Me,” says he loves thieves, “keep on stealing my stuff.”

Calling out The-Dream, Hall says, “Dream is a good writer but he gotta lose weight. I’m just gonna be straight up. He gots to lose weight, that’s A, all that writing and stuff with what you did with your ex-wife is wrong so you ain’t the king of nothing.”

As far as Trey Songz, Halls says, “I’m so glad he got R. Kelly By the head lock, copying his style,” but says “no one can touch his vocals.” Adding, “R. Kelly bit his style but can’t bite is swagger.”

The “I Miss You” singer did show a softer side by saying, he “loves all those guys out there,” but says when it comes down to real R&B, real singing and real music, there was nobody like the 80’s.