Chris Brown Sued for $1.5 Million For “Privacy”

Chris Brown is at it again (see bottom of post for more Chris Brown).

Chris Brown is being sued for US$1.5 million after he allegedly infringed on the copyright of Tight Up Skirt — a song recorded in 1997 by veteran Dancehall artist Red Rat. The popular American singer had used a vocal interpolation of Red Rat’s hit song in the 2017 mega-hit Privacy. – DancehallMag

The songs “share a similar primary identifying feature,” the plaintiff elaborates, in the form of “a melody containing the lyrics ‘Hey you girl inna di tight upskirt’” (in “Tight Up Skirt” [Red Rat] ) and “‘Hey you girl without a tight up skirt’” (in “Privacy” [Chris Brown]), according to the filing. – Digital Music News

Have a listen!

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