Sean Paul criticized Drake and Justin Bieber for appropriating the sound of Jamaican dancehall music.

The Grammy-award winning star, whose 2002 album Dutty Rock propelled the popular dancehall sound – the upbeat, digital reggae sound characterized by faster rhythms – into the mainstream, criticized artists who borrow the sound but don’t acknowledge where the music originated from.

Paul singled out chart-topping rapper Drake and singer Justin Bieber as some of the worst offenders, as both have had recent hits – “Controlla” and “Sorry” – which borrowed heavily from the musical genre.

“It is a sore point when people like Drake or Bieber or other artists come and do dancehall-orientated music but don’t credit where dancehall came from and they don’t necessarily understand it,” he blasted in an interview with The Guardian. “And I know artists back in Jamaica that don’t like Major Lazer because they think they do the same thing that Drake and Kanye did – they take and take and don’t credit.”