Jacquees Remix of Ella Mai’s “Trip” Removed from Streaming Platforms

Jacquees Remix of Ella Mai’s “Trip” Removed from Streaming Platforms

NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 13: Singer Jacquees poses for a photo during his visit to Music Choice on June 13, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images)

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Jacquees revealed that his latest remix of Ella Mai’s “Trip” song was removed with a retweet and crying face emojis. The remix by Jacquees outperformed the original song on certain streaming services, which resulted in Ella Mai’s team sending a cease and desist order. Mustard, the owner of the label who signed Ella Mai, chimed in to have the “Boo’d Up” singers back.

T-Pain also commented on the situation when fans asked why his remix of “Boo’d Up” didn’t receive the same backlash, T-Pain responded that Jacquees tried to make profit off the song. But, Jacquees was quick to shut down that rumor and explained that it was put only on SoundCloud and YouTube.

Jacquees’ team sent a statement to Billboard that there are no bad feelings with Ella Mai or her team and hopefully they can collaborate on a song in the future. Ella Mai has not yet commented on the situation, her self-titled album will be dropping on October 12th.

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