Frank Ocean Wants Travis Scott to Remove His Vocals From 'Astroworld,' Reportedly Files Cease and Desist Letter

Frank Ocean and Travis Scott are at odds — and it’s all because of ‘Astroworld.’

The two artists reportedly got into it in the weeks leading up to the release of Travis’ #1 album over the featured song, “Carousel.”

via TMZ:

We’re told Frank’s PISSED because his vocals — featured in the chorus and third verse — were changed. It’s unclear what changes were made. Frank’s voice includes Auto-Tune … and his pitch is noticeably higher in the third verse than in the chorus, but we just don’t know what’s got Frank so upset.

Here’s what we do know — Frank’s rage has been so real he’s been demanding Travis remove his part in the track, but to no avail. Our sources say lawyers are now involved. We’re told Frank’s legal team fired off a cease and desist to Travis’ team to remove him from “Carousel” … OR ELSE!

For his part, Travis hasn’t flinched. We’re told the rapper has ZERO plans to remove Frank from the track … which has received critical acclaim from just about everyone.

We hope they’re able to work it out. “Carousel” is a bop! Take a listen below.

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