It looks as if rapper Megan Thee Stallion will be in court yet again along with Big Sean due to alleged copyright infringement.
According to radar online the plaintiffs Duawn Payne and Harrell James claims their 2012 song ‘Krazy’ is strongly identical to Meg and Big Sean’s hit record ‘Go Crazy’. Payne and James pointed out several similarities between both tracks. One being the song title, also the songs chorus reportedly sounding identical.
Two Detroit songwriters has reportedly filed documentation suing Meg, Big Sean, Universal Music, and 1501 Certified Entertainment. The plaintiffs claim they wrote the song ‘Go Crazy’ featured on Meg’s ‘Good News’ album and wants a big pay day.
The plaintiffs are also from Big Sean home town Detroit; which the men speculate could mean the rapper heard their music before, as they allegedly sold cds and performed the record through out Detroit.
“The Copyrighted Work is an original work of authorship and is particularly unique as a result of its catchy chorus—or hook—the centerpiece of the Copyrighted Work,” the suit said.
Source: (Radar Online)