Travis Scott's latest album, Astroworld, is turning out to be point of contention for a few notables in the music industry. First, Nicki Minaj blamed the promotion of the album (among other things) for her recent drop, Queen, missing the number one spot on Billboard. Now Frank Ocean, an artist featured on the EP, has some grievances to air.
According to TMZ, Ocean, who features on the track "Carousel," wants his vocals legally removed from the no. 1 album. After requests to change the song had gone unanswered, Ocean reportedly filed a cease and desist to make sure it gets done. The dispute stems from the way Ocean's part of the song was altered (Auto-Tune is involved), but Scott reportedly won't budge, even though post-release album edits are much easier to make in the streaming age. Listen to "Carousel," below.
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