Frank Ocean Calls Out His Legal Team On Travis Scott’s “Carousel” Song
Frank Ocean Reportedly Sends Travis Scott An End Letter to Remove Vocals From “Carousel.”
Frank Ocean isn’t content with how he sounds on Travis Scott’s album Astroworld, TMZ reports today (Sept. 14). As indicated by the report, Ocean’s legal team has sent Scott a cease-and-desist letter demanding the artist be expelled from the project’s song “Carousel.”
The track, created by Hit-Boy, includes a hook and verse from Frank, who purportedly didn’t endorse of the changes made to his vocals after they were recorded. Sources disclosed to TMZthat the imaginative difference began before Astroworld dropped and began heightening after Scott declined to change the song.
Scott’s album appeared at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in August. A considerable lot of Astroworld’s songs charted, as well, including “Carousel,” which topped at No. 24 on the Hot 100. That would make it Ocean’s most elevated chart single, in the event that he stays on the song.