Ariana Grande Hit With Copyright Suit Over '7 Rings'

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He further claimed that he wrote it in January 2017, two years before Grande recorded her song "7 Rings". The singer has five nominations this year: one for Record of the Year ("7 Rings"), Album of the Year (Thank You, Next), Best Pop Solo Performance ("7 Rings"), Best Pop Duo / Group Performance ( "Boyfriend") and the best pop song album (thanks, next). Stone says Brown changed into drawn to the tune and stated he cherished it plenty.

In the suit, filed in NY federal court by Tamir Young, his lawyer, DOT disclosed that two different musicologists concluded "7 Rings" likely copied the choruses and hooks from 'You Need I Got It, ' with one finding 39 respective notes from the songs to be "identical".

The hook on Ariana's song is: "I want it, I got it, I want it, I got it".

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Stone desires profits from "7 Rings" and an uncover from a make a resolution prohibiting "7 Rings" from seeing sunlight hours. "You want it, I have it".

The suit, filed in NY federal court by attorney Tamir Young, alleges that two forensic musicologists have analyzed the choruses of each song and found the rhythm and notes to be substantially similar as well. "Said a different way, the rhythm and positioning of the lyrics and notes are indistinguishable". In the costume, Stone says he played the song at a meeting with UMG leaders and producers this summer, including Tommy Brown - also known as TBHits, one of three producers. She is, however, expected to perform at the Grammy Awards next week.

"7 Rings", which samples Rodgers and Hammerstein's "My Favorite Things", is now nominated for multiple Grammy Awards, including record of the year.

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