Artists sue Cardi B for plagiarism

Cardi B is being sued by music artists claiming that she sampled the sound of their song from her song enough.

• Read more: Cardi B promises a ‘different’ sound on her next album

Joshua Frastro and Miguel Aguilar, known as Chemica 1956, claim that Superstar used their title. Greasy Frybread (2021) hit, released in March this year, without first asking their permission. The two men are seeking “substantial damages” of $50 million for financial consequences, including to their business credibility and reputation as artists.

“Cardi B, along with the other defendants, used the song on her new album without authorization, in addition to releasing and performing it,” read lawsuit documents obtained by TMZ.

Producers OG Parker and DJ SwanQo, as well as record labels Atlantic Records and Warner Music Group, are named in the documents.

enough, featuring Cardi B, debuted at number nine on the Billboard Hot 100 and recorded 14.5 million plays on music streaming platforms and 8.8 million plays at radio in its first three weeks of release. According to advertisement boardThe music video has been viewed over 30 million times on YouTube in the past four months.

Song Greasy FrybreadFor its part, it was released in November 2021 and picked up by the show Reserve dogs for his promotion.

In May, the 31-year-old singer announced to fans that she wasn’t planning to release her second album this year, telling X: “Anyway, no album this year, I’m fine. Anyway, I’m resting this year… I’ve already done it, traveling, summer. I am going to publish these topics that are sure to entertain the times.

A few weeks later, the star asked his fans: “What do you think my album is?” When he appears to hide a name on his computer with his hand.

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