Kendrick Lamar & The Weeknd Sued For Allegedly Thrust Of 'Pray For Me' By The Rock Band

HipHop News Posted on February 24, 2020 at 8:57am

Kendrick Lamar & The Weeknd Sued For Allegedly Thrust Of 'Pray For Me' By The Rock Band

The band is broken but it're agreeing to want it all.

Anchored clearly in the Black Panther, the soundtrack of Kendrick Lamar and The Weeknd-2018 collaboration "Pray For Me" became a billboard 100 Top 10 hit.

However, according to TMZ, a Brooklyn-based rock band called Yeasayer says that the two hitmakers from stealing your secret sauce through a record figure of 2007, titled "the Dawn"..focused on the ad {

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The legal documents, according to reports, specify the band knew that their sample was stolen, due to a "distinctive choral performance" that was "composed of male voices singing in their higher areas, with animation, by pressing the vibrato."

The findings also suggests that the sample is accelerated with the intention to "conceal the offence", and was used in "Pray for Me" up to eight separate times.

Yeasayer is not only requesting a preliminary injunction that blocks sales and airplay of" Pray," they want the entire record of the profits and damages. There are No reports of


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