Jacquees, identified from his scintillating flips on in the present day's R&B bangers, lately discovered one among his remixes pulled.
On Tuesday (Sept. 25), Jacquees retweeted a narrative from SA Breaking News, a South African information outlet, that mentioned his remix of Ella Mai's "Trip" was faraway from each SoundCloud and YouTube. While it stays unclear why the music was pulled, the "In the Club" crooner expressed his dismay with a sequence of teary-eyed emojis.
In an announcement despatched to Streets Talkin from Jacquees' rep, his crew signifies that there's no dangerous blood between the 2 artists.
"For the brand new people who find themselves simply catching as much as who Jacquees is as an artist, this has develop into very controversial for no motive," the assertion begins. "We love Ella and are cool along with her crew as properly. He has been releasing not solely Quemix songs however total initiatives with remixes of different artists’ songs ranging again to 2013. This was an act of real assist and shouldn’t flip into negativity for both of the artist or from their supporters."
Jacquees' camp additionally signifies the Cash Money signee stays hopeful that he and Mai will crew up for an "authentic collaboration" down the road. "He is about to launch a video for his new single, 'You,' and [he] hopes the 2 are in a position to collaborate," reads the assertion. "There continues to be hope for the music as an official remix or perhaps followers will get one thing higher that’s an authentic collaboration."
Initially, upon his remix's launch, Jacquees teased his model on Instagram, earlier than finally liberating the observe in full final month. After gaining steam along with his remix to "Trip," he launched his Quemix to Ty Dolla $ign and Jeremih's "The Light," which nonetheless stays out there on each SoundCloud and YouTube.
As for Mai, her single continues to soar as it’s shortly inching its manner in direction of high 20 territory, and is at the moment sitting at No. 21 on the Hot 100.
Streets Talkin has reached out to Ella Mai's crew, SoundCloud and YouTube.
Update: DJ Mustard — who signed Ella Mai to his label 10 Summers — chimed in on Instagram and shared an announcement relating to the document being allegedly pulled down.