Entertainment: Go Crazy: Megan Thee Stallion and Big Sean Pursued for Plagiat

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Megan Thee Stallion and Big Sean are prosecuted for copyright violation concerning their collaboration on Go Crazy.

The music producers of Detroit, Duawn "Go Hard Major" Payne and Harrell "H Matic" James brought a trial to the star of Hot Girl Summer and his collaborator for the title, saying that they "stole" their Krazy song from 2012. They say that the two titles share a "remarkably similar refrain and a tempo and an identical melodic sequence".

According to Pitchfork, they argued that Go Crazy is "so remarkably similar to the work protected by copyright that this excludes the possibility of an independent creation". In their deposition, the producers claim that they distributed Krazy via CDs in the Detroit region and in the "parking lot of the western hip-hop clubs from Detroit frequented by Big Sean" before downloading it to the site of Networking the Reverbnation music industry.

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Duawn Payne and Harrell James claim all the benefits of the song, which appears on the album Good News by Megan Thee Stallion released in 2020, as well as damages and an order prohibiting them from any future plagiarism.

Rapper 2 Chainz, who appears on Go Crazy, is not cited as accused in the trial. The other accused are 300 Entertainment, Universal Music Publishing and 1501 Certified Entertainment.

The singer of Savage is currently engaged in a personal legal battle with her record company, 1501 Certified Entertainment. They do not agree on the question of whether his compilation Something for Thee Hotties of 2021 constitutes an album within the meaning of his contract.

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