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Yellowcard Sues Juice WRLD for $15 Million for Copyright Infringement

Yellowcard is suing Juice WRLD.

The “Ocean Avenue” pop-punk band filed a lawsuit against the 20-year-old musician for $15 million because of his song “Lucid Dreams,” which they claim copied melodic elements of their 2006 song “Holly Wood Died,” according to Billboard on Tuesday (October 22).

They also claim that in addition to being owed recording revenue, they are owed damages from concert tours and public appearances given the “overwhelming success” of the song, which gave him “substantial opportunities to tour and perform around the world.”

“This was not a lawsuit the guys wanted to file. They put all of the parties on notice a long while ago and gave them every opportunity to try to resolve it. That notice was pretty much ignored leaving them with no real choice. As alleged in the Complaint, this is not just a generic Emo Rap song, but is a blatant copy of significant original compositional elements of ‘Holly Wood Died’ in several respects. Beyond that, everything we have to say is in the Complaint,” the band’s lawyer said in a statement.

Juice WRLD has not yet issued a response.

Listen to the two songs and decide for yourself inside…

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Benny Blanco & Juice Wrld's Star-Studded 'Graduation' Video Includes Hailee Steinfeld, Lil Dicky, Noah Cyrus, & More - Watch!

Benny Blanco and Juice Wrld‘s new music video for “Graduation” features so many celebs!

The 31-year-old musician and the 20-year-old rapper collaborated on the song and visual, which they released on Friday (August 30).

Hailee Steinfeld, Lil Dicky, Noah Cyrus, Justice Smith, Olivia Munn, Dove Cameron, Ross Butler, Tommy Dorfman, Tony Revolori, Maddie Ziegler, and more all make cameos.

The video was directed by longtime collaborator Jake Schreier, and the track samples the Vitamin C classic of the same name.

“Graduation” follows Benny Blanco and Juice Wrld‘s previous collaboration, “Roses” with Brendon Urie.

Watch the video to see what happens to all of the stars’ characters after graduation! You can also download “Graduation” on Apple Music.


benny blanco, Juice WRLD – Graduation (Official Music Video)

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Ellie Goulding & Juice WRLD Debut Music Video for 'Hate Me'!

Ellie Goulding teams up with Juice WRLD in the official music video for their new single, “Hate Me“!

The 32-year-old singer enlisted Saam Farahmand to direct the brand new clip, the dark and ominous video mirrors the song’s lyrics, elegantly playing on the concept of the negative side of social media at the end of a relationship.

“The truth of the matter is that humans are crazy and do fucked up things to people, and that’s the truth,” Ellie told Zane Lowe during a recent interview. “I realized that I can always try and wear these rose-tinted glasses when it comes to my own past relationships or my friends’ relationships, but actually when it comes down to it some things are just really messed up. Sometimes I think you need to hear that. You need to hear it…to sort of validate your own situation, and it happens a lot. I played it to Juice Wrld, he loved it and wanted to be involved.”

Hate Me” serves as the follow-up to Ellie Goulding‘s “Sixteen.”


Ellie Goulding, Juice WRLD – ‘Hate Me’ (Music Video)

Ellie Goulding Drops 'Hate Me' with Juice Wrld - Stream, Download, Listen Here!

Ellie Goulding has returned with her new single “Hate Me” featuring Juice Wrld, and you can stream it right here!

The track, which served as Zane Lowe‘s World Record today (June 26) on Apple Music’s Beats 1, is set to be included on the 32-year-old singer’s fourth studio album due out later this year.

“The truth of the matter is that humans are crazy and do fucked up things to people, and that’s the truth,” Ellie told Zane Lowe during their interview. “I realized that I can always try and wear these rose-tinted glasses when it comes to my own past relationships or my friends’ relationships, but actually when it comes down to it some things are just really messed up. Sometimes I think you need to hear that. You need to hear it…to sort of validate your own situation, and it happens a lot. I played it to Juice Wrld, he loved it and wanted to be involved.”

You can also stream Ellie‘s “Hate Me” on Spotify and download it on iTunes now!


Ellie Goulding & Juice WRLD – Hate Me (Official Audio)

Click inside to read the lyrics to Ellie Goulding’s new single “Hate Me”…More Here! »

BTS Members RM & Suga Team Up With Juice WRLD on 'All Night' - Listen & Read the Lyrics & English Translation!

BTS members RM and Suga are teaming up with Juice WRLD on a new track called “All Night”!

The song is featured on the upcoming BTS World mobile video game, and was released on Friday (June 21).

The track was produced by Powers Pleasant.

Juice WRLD also refers to the BTS fan base, the ARMY, in his rap: “She calls me charming, need an ARMY / Marching for your love, I’m a sergeant,” he says.

The full BTS World soundtrack will be released on June 28, and the game will be released on June 25 in the U.S. and June 26 in Asia.

Listen to “All Night” and read the lyrics and English translation inside…

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Juice WRLD Gets His First No. 1 Album on Billboard 200 With 'Death Race for Love'!

Juice WRLD is on top.

The 20-year-old artist secured his first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 with Death Race For Love, the official chart company revealed on Sunday (March 17).

The album moved 165,000 equivalent album units in its first week, with 43,000 of those being album sales.

Prior to Death Race for Love, Juice charted at No. 2 with WRLD on Drugs with Future and No. 8 with Goodbye & Good Riddance.

The album also notched the biggest over week, and largest streaming week, for a R&B/hip-hop album in 2019 with the equivalent of 176.44 million on-demand audio streams of its songs.

The album had the second biggest streaming week of 2019, second only to Ariana Grande‘s thank u, next.

Congratulations, Juice! See the full Top 10 of this week’s Billboard 200 below.More Here! »