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DJ Paul is reportedly suing Travis Scott for $20 million, accusing him of stealing his hook from “Tear Da Club Up,” his 1997 hit single

By Yuriy Andriyashchuk
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

Years of playing the background changed for Travis Scott, in 2018, when Astroworld released. Since 2015, Travis Scott has consistently come through with radio hits, make no mistake. But, in 2018, he proved himself capable of being one of music’s biggest names.

Travis Scott is continuing to dominate with “Sicko Mode,” featuring Drake, and additional vocals from Swae Lee. That song has made him a household name, but that isn’t the song that’s got him in trouble. The song in hot water is “No Bystanders.”

Currently, DJ Paul is trending on Twitter, as there is word of him actually suing Travis Scott. The Memphis legend is reportedly suing Houston’s superstar for $20 million. He accused him of stealing his hook from his 1997 single, “Tear Da Club Up,” for his Astroworld cut, “No Bystanders.”

Source: Complex

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