UPDATE: 2/24/2020 Check out this post where it is revealed both artists used the same royalty-free track!
Justin Bieber used a royalty-free sample on his new album (and so did Asher Monroe)
It’s sometimes baffling how an artist as big as Justin Bieber could release a track that has such striking similarities to another popular artist. Shortly after Bieber released his latest album “Changes” folks on twitter noticed the similarity between Bieber’s “Running Over” and Asher Monroe‘s 2019 track “Synergy”. There doesn’t seem to be much question here. The question I have is how can something as blatant as this happen?
Here are clips of both tracks if you want to flip back and forth:
HE REALLY STOLE THIS SONG OMFGpic.twitter.com/Sm2bTpxYHM
— sam ❁ (@samanthaswft) February 14, 2020
Monroe responded on his Instagram as well:
Don’t forget that there are entire teams of writers and producers behind most big pop artists these days. So these guys should be on the hook as well:
“Justin Bieber – Running Over (feat. Lil Dicky)”
Justin Bieber Sued for “Sorry”
Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran vs. Elvis Presley
Yes, it turns out that both producers used the same Splice sample:
Wow! This is amazing and totally not the story I was expecting. Will update the post shortly.
Made a new post. Thanks Damien! https://www.thatsongsoundslike.com/2020/02/24/justin-bieber-used-a-royalty-free-sample-on-his-new-album/