The single became her first number one on Billboard ' s Rhythmic chart in its 22 December issue. An accompanying music video for the song premiered via Mai's Vevo channel on 18 September However, Jacquees' version was removed from both platforms on September 5. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Rolling Stone. Retrieved 17 June Official Charts Company. Retrieved 20 October Retrieved 23 October Retrieved 8 October
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Our editorial content is not influenced by any commissions we receive. The drama surrounding Ella Mai 's "Trip" record continues to swirl. OK, so Jacquees' remix has stirred up a lot of controversy over the past several months. Shortly after the "quemix" was released, Jacquees was forced to remove the cut from YouTube and Soundcloud. DJ Mustard, who signed Ella Mai several years ago, addressed the takedown via Twitter, insisting it was the label—not Ella Mai—that sent the cease-and-desist. Jacquees spoke about the drama during an interview on Big Boy's Neighborhood. The year-old accused Mustard of simply "hating" on him, and that the track received Ella Mai's stamp of approval. I was like, 'I'm finna redo 'Trip' this hard.
Our editorial content is not influenced by any commissions we receive. Tuesday evening, Jacquees revealed that his remix of Ella Mai's "Trip" had been removed from the internet, although he's since said there are no hard feelings. Undoubtedly a case of a label acting in their best interests, the situation escalated when T-Pain chimed in. A fan asked why T-Pain's remix of Ella's breakthrough hit "Boo'd Up" didn't receive the same treatment, to which he responded, "Everybody be asking me why I don't put my tmixes and shit on Spotify tidal and iTunes and shit. This is why. T-Pain answered, saying he thought he saw the remix on Spotify, before laughing at fans asking Ella's team to sue him for remixing her music, too. It's clear that T doesn't want any issue with Jacquees, though. Why Jacquees' remix was targeted and T-Pain's wasn't remains to be seen. But Mustard released a statement on Twitter addressing the matter, writing, "when you monetize content you don't own you are stealing and no one steals from 10 Summers.
Ultimately we broke up. Should we try to heed their counsel and marry in the Church. He says he has put-in a lot of his life into his profession and his career is very important to him.