As Eamon explained in 2006: "Just to clear it up once and for all, I was not involved with 'F. The only way I was associated with it was when I was asked for licensing permission by Frankie's representatives, which makes me a writer on her song by copyright law.But I really didn't expect all this to come out of it - they are having fun with it, it's cool, but in the end they are paying me for their 15 minutes of fame and I welcome her to my world of Ho-Wop!The whole thing was a conspiracy between two rival record labels, Jive and Marro.Eamon was not at all bothered by the reply song, as he received half of Frankie's royalties for it, adding to his own royalties for the original song. B.' I have never met Frankie and she is definitely not my girlfriend or ex-girlfriend.It was released on November 23, 2003 as the lead single from his debut album, I Don't Want You Back.The song is notable for the frequency of its expletives.
The latest development comes from Eamon, who last week revealed that he was in on Frankee's dis track from the start and that his creative team was actually involved in auditioning girls to create the song (see "That Eamon Dis Track? "I have never met Frankee and she is definitely not my girlfriend or ex-girlfriend." Written from the perspective of an ex-girlfriend, Frankee's "FU Right Back" calls Eamon out for being lousy in bed and nearly giving her crabs (see "Eamon's Alleged Old Flame Burns Him With Dis Track").But the 19-year-old singer was surprised when he discovered Frankee had released a new track entitled 'F. Eamon explained his connection to Frankee, saying: "The only way I was associated with her song was when I was asked for licensing permission by Frankee's representatives, which makes me a writer on her song by copyright law.They are having fun, it's cool, but in the end they are paying me for their fifteen minutes of fame and I welcome her to my world of ho-wop.'Fuck It (I Don't Want You Back)' was a fucking extraordinary piece of music: Rather incredibly, however, Eamon is still recording music - a number of genuinely unfortunate disputes with second-tier record labels hindering his comeback since 2008.But the man who first mastered the jeans-and-Timberlands combo did in fact feature on a number of tracks in 2015; he appeared on the new Jedi Mind Tricks album 'The Thief and the Fallen', providing vocals on two songs - 'Fraudulent Cloth' and 'And God Said to Cain'.