According to The Blast, Tyler the Creator is facing a lawsuit for allegedly limiting the beat for Dee Edward’s “Why Can’t there Be Love” and using it for the song “Deathcamp” which is the opening track from Cherry Bomb. Ubiquity Records Inc, who own the song are seeking all the profits made off the song since 2015. They’re seeking $750k in statutory damages. Tyler, the Creator is prepping for a productive summer with Big festival performances at Soundset and Coachella.

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