​R&S Records and Lone name out The Black Eyed Peas for unauthorized sampling

R&S Records has accused The Black Eyed Peas of utilizing parts of Lone's 2013 monitor 'Airglow Fires' for his or her most up-to-date pop tune, 'Constant Part 1 & 2', with out permission from the artist or the label.

The imprint took to Twitter to convey the difficulty to the general public, writing the phrases "sound acquainted?" alongside a clip of The Black Eyed Peas newest monitor on the 2:41 mark when the pattern in query seems within the track. The tweet was adopted up by a second put up that slandered the group - calling them "complete ripoff retailers."

Lone was fast to again up his label cohorts by retweeting the put up and writing the remark "black eyed me's."

The Black Eyed Peas, a gaggle consisting of rappers will.i.am, apl.de.ap and Taboo, launched the five-minute single 'Constant Part 1 & 2' in late August forward of their forthcoming studio album, 'Masters Of The Sun'. The pop outfit has but to reply to the accusation.

Lone is gearing as much as launch his 'Ambivert Tools Volume Four' EP on October 12. Pre-order the discharge by going right here

Listen to the track in query and Lone's 2013 tune 'Airglow Fires' beneath.

Cameron is Mixmag's Jr. Editor. Follow him on Twitter right here