Did Justin Bieber “Anyone” Rip from Toto?

Thanks to Ilan for sending this my way.

The chorus similarity of Justin Bieber’s 2021 track “Anyone” is undeniably similar to Toto’s “Goin’ Home” (1989).

Rick Beato on YouTube does an excellent job breaking it all down here:

See Also:

Justin Bieber used a royalty-free sample on his new album (and so did Asher Monroe)

Justin Bieber Sued for “Sorry”;

Justin Bieber vs. September

 

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Just want to say hello. Haven’t posted in a while. It’s been a long year. Hope everyone is doing OK. See ya soon!

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The Weeknd and Kendrick Lamar are getting sued by Yeasayer

Image: Pitchfork

Just read this Pitchfork post that now-defunct Brooklyn-based band Yeasayer is suing the Weeknd and Kendrick Lamar for what seems to be one tremolo-like vocalization. Am I missing something here?

Yeasayer have sued Kendrick Lamar and the Weeknd over the Black Panther soundtrack single “Pray For Me,” TMZ reports and documents viewed by Pitchfork confirm. The band claims in the lawsuit that “Pray For Me” infringes on their All Hour Cymbals song “Sunrise.”

The band claims that “Pray For Me” features a “distinctive choral performance” from “Sunrise”—“male voices singing in their highest registers, with animated, pulsing vibrato.” Yeasayer are seeking profits from “Pray For Me” and damages. Find the full lawsuit below. Pitchfork has reached out to representatives for Kendrick, the Weeknd, and Yeasayer. – Pitchfork.com

I’ve pulled out the vocal sound that I think this lawsuit is about.

Here are the full songs:

The Weeknd, Kendrick Lamar – “Pray For Me” (2018)

Yeasayer – “Sunrise” (2007)

Here is the court filing:

See Also:

Did the Weeknd rip off this song for “A Lonely Night”?

 

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