The Cranberries vs. Casting Crowns

I have no idea how I came across Casting Crowns “Praise You In The Storm” (2006) but all I could hear was The Cranberries “Zombie” (1994). Here you go:

 

 

Side note: “Zombie” is inching up to a billion views on YouTube and they have launched a campaign to get it to a billion:

Help us get Zombie to a billion views!
Achieving this milestone will make “Zombie” the first ever music video by an Irish band to reach one billion views on YouTube, taking its place in a select group of iconic rock music videos released before 2003 to hit that mark, including Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” and Guns N’ Roses’

See Also:

Mahindra vs. The Cranberries vs. Filter vs. Laura Branigan vs. P.O.D.

The Cranberries vs. Madness

CeCe Peniston vs. Lizzo

Lizzo Juice

Aside from the recent “100% that bitch” accusation Lizzo has been called out by 90’s R&B singer CeCe Peniston over Lizzo’s “Ya-ya-ee, ya-ya-ee, ya-ya-ee, ya-ya-ee” line in her 2019 hit “Juice”. Peniston posted a comparison on her Instagram account putting them side by side. I try not to pass too much judgement on this site but I gotta say this one is pretty weak.

Enjoy!

 

On Youtube:

CeCe Peniston – Finally (1991)

Lizzo – Juice (2019)

Travis Scott & DJ Paul Settle $20M Three 6 Mafia Copyright Lawsuit

“Travis Scott has agreed to a settlement with DJ Paul, who was suing the Cactus Jack Records boss over copyright infringement. According to The Blast, the two sides have resolved their legal battle with a “tentative settlement.”

Earlier this year, Paul sued Scott for $20 million. The Three 6 Mafia co-founder claimed the Billboard chart-topping rapper used the group’s single “Tear Da Club Up” without permission in the Astroworld track “No Bystanders.” Read more at HipHopDX

Three 6 Mafia – Tear da Club Up (1997)

 

Travis Scott – NO BYSTANDERS (2018)