Chris Brown Sued Over “Privacy” For Allegedly Stealing Portions From Dancehall Single
Written by B87FM on July 11, 2021
Chris Brown is in additional authorized bother. He’s being sued for his 2017 banger “Privateness.” The track, which was produced by âd.a. obtained that dope, was an attractive hit the place Brown’s affect from the dancehall hit “Tight Up Skirt” is clear. Now, United Kingdom-based firm Greensleeves Publishing, which owns the rights to the observe, is suing Brown. Crimson Rat, who carried out the observe, will not be named within the lawsuit.
When Heartbreak on a Full Moon dropped, Crimson Rat claimed that he was, “getting many calls left and proper from many individuals asking me about my ideas relating to [Chris Brown] sampling ‘Tight Up Skirt’, and all I can say is, ‘Give God all of the glory.’”
“Hey you, woman inna the tight up skirt! /You make me head swell ’til me blood vessel burst,” sings Crimson Rat on the unique. “Ayy you, gal, inna di tight up skirt /Get that ass within the mattress, I’ma lock the door,” sings Brown in his rendition. Greensleeves claims that Brown bit “Tight Up Skirt” for “Privateness” and “took the core musical function” of the track with out permission. They used the hook and refrain as their examples. Nevertheless, it is not clear if Brown “bit” sufficient for them to win in court docket.