Rock band, Yellowcard slams lawsuit on Juice WRLD’s ‘Lucid Dreams’

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News broke Yesterday that now-defunct pop-punk outfit Yellowcard is suing Chicago rapper Juice WRLD over similarities between his No. 2-charting hit “Lucid Dreams” and their 2006 track “Holly Wood Died,” from the album Lights & Sounds. The band cites the fact that Lights & Sounds shared a producer with Fall Out Boy’s From Under The Cork Tree, one of Juice WRLD’s favourite albums, as evidence that the rapper must have heard “Holly Wood Died” at some point. As a result, they’re seeking $15 million in damages, co-ownership of “Lucid Dreams,” and a cut of the song’s royalties.

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Juice WRLD – Lucid Dreams

Yellowcard – Holly Wood Died

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