R&S Records and Lone have accused the Black Eyed Peas sampling their music with out permission from each the label and artist.
Both have identified the similarities between Black Eyed Peas’ observe “Constant” launched in August, and Lone’s observe “Airglow Fires” from 2013 on Twitter.
R&R Records tweeted “Sound Familiar?” with a clip beginning on the 2:41 mark Black Eyed Peas video “Constant.” Following with one other tweet calling the group, “complete rip f retailers.”
Lone adopted the document labels path by retweeting the unique put up and commenting “Black Eyed Me’s,” addressing the placing comparability to his personal observe.
“I used to be really made conscious the tune a couple of weeks again when my supervisor despatched me a hyperlink to the video,” Lone advised . “Needless to say it put me f my breakfast… I imply, you’ve gotta snigger actually, however that’s a complete rip- f, no query.”
But this isn’t the primary time the group has been accused plagiarizing different artists tracks.
The Black Eyed Peas have confronted a handful copyright infringement lawsuits courting again to the early 2000’s. Multiple artists have reported the unlawful sampling their authentic materials and group member, will.i.am, admitted to at least one incident calling it an “accident,” in line with .
The Black Eyed Peas haven't responded to the accusations however the latest similarities are plain. Take a take heed to each “Constant” and “Airglow Fires” by Lone beneath & tell us what you assume!