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Lizzo Hit With Copyright Lawsuit Over Her Track ‘Reality Hurts’

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It appears just like the music trade is encumbered by one other copyright lawsuit. In keeping with a Friday court docket submitting revealed by Selection, three songwriters dropped a lawsuit in opposition to Lizzo claiming they haven’t been given correct credit score for his or her work on her hit music, “Reality Hurts.”

Final October, Lizzo sued all three songwriters, together with Justin Rothman, Jeremiah Raisen, and Justin, for the aim of eradicating their names as writers of the music.

This Friday, the group of males claimed of their court docket submitting that her music, “Reality Hurts,” is much like the music they wrote along with her just some months prior, “Wholesome.” Their lawyer, Lawrence Iser, mentioned in a press release that Lizzo was a “proficient musician and performer” who has been having fun with plenty of success recently for a music she didn’t write on her personal.

The lads and their lawyer desire a judgment from the court docket relating to the music, “Reality Hurts,” on the purported incontrovertible fact that it was spawned within the dwelling of Justin Raisen as a part of a collaboration with the opposite males, together with Yves Rothman and Jeremiah Raisen.

Their lawyer went on to say that they appeared ahead to presenting their case in a court docket of legislation, wherein they’ll present musicology, pictures, movies, and recordings to show with out a cheap doubt that they deserve a number of the credit score and cash.

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The countersuit additionally claims a musicologist discovered many similarities between the 2 tracks, together with in each lyrical and musical model. For example, each songs open with the road, “I simply did a DNA take a look at – seems I’m a 100% that b*tch.”

Furthermore, they declare there are different similarities akin to the usage of the piano, Lizzo’s singing model, and likewise the group of verses and choruses. Earlier, Lizzo and her attorneys claimed the Raisens had given up the rights to the music in a written waiver.

When the controversy first hit the media, Lizzo took to her social media to disclaim allegations that they helped her write the music. She insisted there was no person within the room besides herself, Ricky Reed, and her “tears.”