Usher sued for copyright infringement over 2002 track "Caught Up" Mstarz Earlier this year, Usher got called out on some similar behavior (though this time the alleged infringement benefitted his protege Justin Bieber).
"Usher sued for copyright infringement over his 2002 hit track "Caught Up" Allegedly a group of three men confronted usher in the earlier part of his career and had given usher a demo and one of the song on their demo was called " Caught up"
Surprise, surprise; Cash Money Records is being sued. The record label is named in a $600,000 lawsuit over a Bow Wow song that illegally samples a song from 70's group the Persuaders, allegedly.
Basically this article talks about how the rapper Bow Wow used a sample from a 70's group called the Persuaders in one of his songs back in 2010. Now the group is suing Rapper Bow Wow and his record label for 600K.
Vibe Jay Z Sued For Copyright Infringement Over "Run This Town" Sample HotNewHipHop TufAmerica has owned the rights to the number since 1996, and are seeking “proceeds from 'Run This Town' and damages to be determined at trial, plus a court order...
My topic is Sampling and Copright Infringement. Bascially in this article Jay-Z is being sued by a company TufAmerica.Inc becuase he smapled a song that they own the rights to without permission. He sampled a song called “Hook & Sling”, by Eddie Bo. TufAmerica has owned the rights to this song since 1996
Here we go again: Mac Miller's being sued for $10 million over a sample used on his Macadelic mixtape. The suit was filed by an artist
Rapper Mac Miller is being sued for 10 million dollars over a sample he used on his Macadellic Mixtape. He is being sued by Patrick Berlinquette, who also goes by Warm speakers c;ao,s that his song " The World Around You" which was copyrighted, was used by Mac Miller on his Macadellic's mixtape
The art of sampling, whether it is in the production or lyrics, is nothing new to music. Sampling started in the late 1970s as a way to reinvent music for the newer generation. In hip hop, P.Diddy ...
This article is about how sampling started and the issues that artist are facing today who use samples in their songs. A lots of artist are currently using samples from old songs and not giving the orginial artist credit or payment for using their songs or taking their work. Fans are also complaining that they are tired of hearing the same old samples constantly and are urging artsit to take a more creative appraoch when making music.
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