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“NO BYSTANDERS” sees Travis Scott collaborating with Juice WRLD and Sheck Wes, who was signed to Travis' label, Cactus Jack three days after the track. This song is featured on Travis' long-awaited third studio album, ASTROWORLD.
Juice claimed he really wanted to collaborate with Travis and that he was still stuck listening to Travis' debut studio album, Rodeo.
However, Sheck handles the chorus of the track. The chorus was the most controversial part of the song because it interpolates the chorus of Three 6 Mafia’s 1995 track, “Tear da Club Up ‘97, where the group raps:

"Tear da club up, nigga, tear da club up"
"Tear da club up, nigga, tear da club up"

Travis was eventually legally sued by DJ Paul from Three 6 Mafia for copyright. In September 2019, word spread that the lawsuit was settled by Travis paying the requested $20 million.
Hours before the album’s release, Travis used this song title along with other ASTROWORLD tracks, consisting of “NC-17,” “STARGAZING,” and “STOP TRYING TO BE GOD” to promote the album on his now-expired Instagram story.

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