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Author: Daniel Sanchez

Date: April 24, 2019

Original Source: Digital Music News

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Today In Copyright Lawsuits: Three Six Mafia’s DJ Paul Sues Travis Scott for $20 Million

Filed at the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, DJ Paul – real name Paul Duane Beauregard – claims that Scott’s ‘No Bystanders’ “blatantly and egregiously” infringed on the hip-hop trio’s ‘Tear Da Club Up.’

‘No Bystanders’ features a distinctive chant in the hook – ‘F—k da club up, F—k da club up.’  Beauregard claims that while Scott’s recording doesn’t include the exact lyrics of ‘Tear Da Club Up,’ the cadence and sound remain virtually identical and strikingly similar.  Citing a recent Grammys performance, DJ Paul says Travis Scott used the chant in much of the performance.

Read more: https://www.digitalmusicnews.com/2019/04/24/dj-paul-v-travis-scott-lawsuit/