REPORT: "Artist" Uploads Unreleased Avicii Music To His Spotify As His Own
Is nothing sacred? Avicii passed away less than a month ago, but that hasn’t stopped someone from stealing and uploading his unreleased music.
Zzdroz has uploaded several unreleased Avicii songs and labeled them as his own on Spotify. The Avicii subreddit caught wind of his shenanigans, including some other eyebrow-raising moves. For example, Zzdroz uploaded the unreleased song “I’ll Be Gone” and renamed it “A Million.” The worst part? The upload clearly comes from a YouTube rip of a live performance of the song, including snippets from the original upload and crowd cheering.
Zzdroz also uploaded the unreleased song “Stay With You” and added his own vocals. A user on the Avicii subreddit called Zzdroz out for his thievery, to which he received the below response:
His excuse doesn’t make much sense. For one, after looking at his SoundCloud and YouTube accounts, it appears none of his tracks have actually been released on a label. Not one. Second, why would he upload unreleased Avicii’s songs to Spotify on Tim’s behalf? Wouldn’t those songs see official release? We chalk this up to bad lying.
We hope Zzdroz removes the stolen tracks from his Spotify account ASAP. If you’d really like to check out some of Avicii’s best unreleased songs, head here.
Tory Lanez Parties With Trey Songz & Has O.T. Genasis Clean His Car Window
Just last week Trey Songz was let f the hook for allegedly hitting a woman so hard she suffered a concussion. Andrea Butera accused Trey assaulting her at a Hollywood party in February and after denying the assault, his case got rejected by the Los Angeles DA's fice. He's not fully f the hook yet though, as TMZ reports that his case is still being looked at by the L.A. City Attorney to see if he can be charged with a lesser act misdemeanor domestic violence.
In the meantime, Trey's not laying low during all this as he was seen posted up with Tory Lanez last night at STORY Nightclub in Miami. The Memories Don't Die rapper had a gig Thursday night and Trey linked up for the event.
Tory shared some his night to his Instagram story and his last video is pretty funny since O.T. Genasis is seen cleaning Tory's windshield. The "Push It" rapper asks for $2 as a joke - we're not sure why it's happening but we'll take it, it's a good one or the Gram.
The homie Tory is set to go on tour for his latest album, and he'll be back in Miami on May 11th to begin his three-month stint. Check out his Memories Don't Die tour dates here.
Iggy Azalea Bares All In Steamy Bathtub Snaps
Iggy Azeala continues to make headlines with the simplicity an Instagram upload. Outside the social media app, the Australian rapper recently paid a visit to Watch What Happens Live! to talk her messy breakup with NBA player Nick Young and how she torched his clothes.
“I burned a lot, and I threw stuff in the pool too. I started f with water and it seems like that didn’t work," Iggy said. "Every designer you could think I burned." Iggy must have been feeling some type way after she confessed her truth as she uploaded some steamy bathtub pictures that showed f her half sleeve tattoo - when did she get that??
Just captioning the photos with "Hours" leads us to believe it could possibly be a new single on the way. Either way, Iggy is feeling good considering she just got her Green Card and she's here to stay.
New Song "Sorry" Uploaded To Datsik's Apple Music Profile
UPDATE: The song on Datsik’s prile has been confirmed illegitimate. It is an instrumental a 2012 track by RUFF NECK called “Rain Man.” We’re still investigating how the song ended up on Datsik’s prile in the first place.
Following all the these past 60 hours, you might expect him to lay low for a bit. His Twitter has already been made private, and aside from a on his Facebook, there have been no additional posts to any his social media priles.
And yet, a new song appeared on his Apple Music prile entitled “Sorry.”
It would be foolish to upload new music, especially with a price tag, in this charged climate, so that brings up questions the track’s legitimacy. The upload date is also March 14, Wednesday, when the allegations first started appearing. That means that either someone boed his account and uploaded a fake song, or it was legitimately him. Either answer seems equally ridiculous.
Currently, we’ve reached out to representatives Apple Music to try and determine the legitimacy the upload. You can hear it below or grab it .