Lil Nas X Sued For $25 MILLION By Blue-Eyed Soul Legend

HipHop News Posted on July 25, 2019 at 11:13am

Lil Nas X Sued For $25 MILLION By Blue-Eyed Soul Legend

Sony is also being sued for its alleged negligence.

More money more problems seems Lil Nas X, as he is being sued 25 million dollars for the use of the singer Bobby Caldwell, 1982 song "Carry On" without permission.

The song did not make the cut for their debut EP, 7 but the "Old Town Road" rapper of the work of sampling of the Caldwell log was uploaded to various platforms like YouTube, Spotify and SoundCloud..centered-ad {

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TMZ reports at the beginning of July, the song had four million views on YouTube before being removed from the platform. The lawsuit was filed by The Music Force, a Culver City-based publishing house that owns the rights to the original song.

The editor alleges that the Poster was a feeling "motivated by greed and bad intent."

Sony is also included in the suit as Nas X are signed with the record label. The Music of the Force believes that the history of the company should have ensured the sample was acquitted.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the


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