Regarding the ruling in the defamation case against Amber Heard so far, Johnny Depp has remained silent. But according to sources, the actor has expressed his opinions about the expensive defamation case through music. According to reports, Depp will collaborate with British guitarist Jeff Black on a collection of songs that will shed light on the defamation lawsuit and be released on Friday.
After a jury found Heard defamed Depp on almost all counts while making accusations of sexual assault and domestic violence, Depp was given $10.35 million in damages. I Heard’s slander case was unsuccessful. Heard received a $2 million award in her countersuit after the jury determined that Depp had slandered her through his lawyer.
According to current sources, Depp and Beck’s record, named “18,” will be released on Friday. Out of the 13 ballads on the CDs, Depp wrote two.
The Sunday Times has received some of the song’s lyrics via a leak. Depp sings, “I think you’ve said enough for one mother—-king night,” in one line.
You’re sitting there like a dog with a seven-year itch, Depp sings in the song “Sad Motherf—-kin’ Parade,” according to the lyrics. Even a dime I had wouldn’t fit in your grasp.
The album, which reportedly took three years to complete, has songs by the Beach Boys, John Lennon, and the Velvet Underground in addition to covers of Motown artists.
It truly sparked our youthful enthusiasm and imagination when Johnny and I started playing together, Beck recalled. We would make jokes about feeling like we were 18 again, so it just naturally became the album title.
One of Depp’s original songs, “This is a Song for Miss Hedy Lamarr,” serves as the album’s lead tune.
Beck exclaimed, “I was blown away by it.
Since the trial concluded in early June, Depp and Beck have been performing at various gigs across Europe. The actor no longer discusses the trial and merely “wants his career back.”