American\u00a0rapper Tyga has sampled Dancehall artiste Mr Vegas on his new single \u20181 of 1\u2019.\n\nThe rapper was recently in Jamaica to shoot the video for the single in Portland and Duhaney Park. \u20181 of 1\u2019 features a sample of a classic late 90\u2019s Mr Vegas song \u2018Sucky Ducky\u2019.\n\n\n\n\n\nThe song \u20181 of 1\u2019 sees the rapper navigating into unusual territory, singing and using Jamaican Patios.\n\n\n\nSpeaking on the sample, Mr Vegas claims he wasn't contacted by the rapper. He says since hearing about the single he reached out to his\u00a0publishers to find out if they gave Tyga the green light on the project.\n\n\n"I heard about the sample and the song. I sent an email to my publisher asking if they cleared the sample," He said.\n\nVegas who recently blasted Canadian rapper Drake for not giving credit to the dancehall artistes Popcaan, Beenie Man and Serani after sampling their songs on his 'VIEWS' album says he will not comment on \u20181 of 1\u2019 until he's aware of what was\u00a0negotiated.\n\nThe outspoken deejay however says he's\u00a0flattered that Tyga sampled his single.\n\n"I think it is flattering that these international artistes are sampling dancehall artistes, including myself."\n\n\n\nMeanwhile, since the release of the single Tyga\u00a0has been subjected to criticism from many social media users, claiming that the track sounded exactly to Drake\u2019s \u201cControlla\u201d single.