Chapman sued Minaj over “Sorry”, a 2018 track that sampled “Baby Can I Hold You” without permission.
The Supreme Court upheld a lower court’s ruling that Led Zeppelin did not lift Spirit’s 1968 track “Taurus”.
The case revolved around Minaj’s 2018 song “Sorry”, which featured an uncleared sample of Chapman’s “Baby Can I Hold You”.
Perry and her co-writers initially lost the case last summer.
Nirvana sued Jacobs last year for copying the iconic smiley design.
Nickelback previously silenced Trump’s Twitter feed earlier this month
Christian rapper Marcus Gray filed the copyright infringement lawsuit.
DJ Paul claims the Astroworld track “No Bystanders” contains a “cadence and sound” that is ”virtually identical and strikingly similar” to Three 6 Mafia’s “Tear Da Club Up”.
Trump illegally used a portion of the film’s score in a new campaign video.
The rapper says Grande’s latest single sounds suspiciously similar to her 2017 track “Mine”.
That premise you remember from childhood books is not only familiar, but also trademarked.
The UK singer is accused of lifting parts of Gaye’s classic “Let’s Get It On” for his own song “Thinking Out Loud”.