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Is Dr. Luke Hiding Under A Perverse Pseudonym In Iggy Azalea’s “Savior” Writing Credits?

Dr. Luke might have played a role in the creation of Iggy Azalea’s new song, “Savior,” featuring Quavo of Migos, and possibly under a phallic alias.

Dr. Luke might have played a role in the creation of Iggy Azalea’s new song, “Savior,” featuring Quavo of Migos, and possibly under a phallic alias.

Iggy adamantly denies Dr. Luke, who is embroiled in an ongoing sexual assault legal battle with Kesha, had anything to do with crafting the rapper’s latest release, yet the defamed hit-maker’s name appears in the writing credits on Spotify, and, at one point, Tidal and Genius (it was deliberately removed). Read more about that here.


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Spin did some thorough investigative journalism and have reason to believe one of the people responsible for creating the song, Manhun Glow, is Dr. Luke hiding behind a phallic pseudonym. Squishing the words in the name together… it reads man hung low.




There’s several things worth mentioning here:

1.) There is literally zero reference anywhere on the Internet of someone named Manhun Glow besides this instance. Who is Manhun Glow and how did he (or she) get the opportunity to create a track for an artist of Iggy’s magnitude?

2.) Cirkut is the other credited producer. Dr. Luke and Cirukt have collaborated together for many years – even recently.

3.) If Dr. Luke is indeed going by man hung low, considering his current state of affairs with Kesha, it’s not only misleading, but absolutely disgusting. It’s also problematic that Iggy might not have actually known Dr. Luke contributed in any capacity. Sigh…

Read Spin’s full report here.

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