Everlast has certainly continued his success since branching out as a solo artist in the late '90s. However, his most recognizable song to date is still the 1992 House of Pain single "Jump Around." In fact, those two words together in any form of a sentence have practically become synonymous with Everlast and his former group. This gives good reason as to why the 44-year-old artist is annoyed that a party rental company is using "Jump Around" in their name.
According to the New York Post, Everlast is in a legal dispute with Jump Around Party Rentals, a Long Island-based company that rents out party equipment like bouncy castles, dunk tanks and even portable toilets. Everlast claims the company is in "egregious violation" of using "Jump Around" in their name and that he "takes his intellectual property rights seriously." The company also uses the slogan "If you want to get down, jump around" to promote their services. This is fairly similar to the lyric "I came to get down, I came to get down" in the song.
Everlast is attempting to stop Jump Around Party Rentals from trademarking their name and slogan. He also requests that they provide an estimate of how much money the company has made since they started up in 2010.