YELLOWCARD Withdraws Copyright Lawsuit Against Late Rapper JUICE WRLD

Renuel Fallore

Posted at July 29, 2020

After filing a copyright infringement complaint in October 2019 claiming that Juice WRLD copied parts of their 2006 song "Holly Wood Died" in his hit "Lucid Dreams", 2000s pop-punk/emo band Yellowcard has dropped the case against the late rapper who died in December.


Lost boy.🌎

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In a report, the band's lawyer Atty. Richard S. Busch said that they "really were uncomfortable about pursuing this action against Juice WRLD’s grieving mother as the representative of his Estate" so Yellowcard decided to voluntarily drop the case.

The breakout rapper whose real name was Jarad Higgins died of an overdose just two months after the band filed the lawsuit. Listen to Juice Wrld's "Lucid Dreams" and Yellowcard's "Holly Wood Died" below:

Courtesy: Lyrical Lemonade

Courtesy: Yellowcard

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