“Mo Bamba” by Sheck Wes is undeniably one of the most important records of the year. Equipped with an overpowering energy comparable to that of an early Travis Scott, the Take A DayTrip-produced record has proven to light up festivals, clubs and the Billboard charts alike. Even if it’s not your favorite song to hear on the radio, there’s no denying that when “Mo Bamba” drops in the club or at a party, the spirit of the record becomes purely contagious.

In a rather unexpected series of events, producer Zedd decided to share his unpopular opinion about the track by tweeting the following:

Zedd’s tweet ignited a fuse within fellow producers A-Trak and Allison Wonderland, both of whom quickly responded to Zedd’s absurd opinion. The highlight of the Twitter debate came from Take A DayTrip as the duo responded to Zedd with the complicated chord structure from their hit record, attempting to shine some light on the song’s musicality.

See some highlights from the debate below, and never diss Sheck Wes.