The Compton rapper argued that consumers would confuse him with the Pennsylvania-based doctor.
The judge ruled the lyrics “lack the modicum of originality and creativity required for copyright protection.”
“It’s clear” Lana Del Rey “uses musical elements” found in Radiohead’s “Creep”, but no lawsuit has been filed
Radiohead’s publishers acknowledge they’ve been in discussions with Lana Del Rey’s representatives over the similarities between “Get Free” and “Creep”.
She made the statement on stage during a concert in Denver on Sunday night.
“Although I know my song wasn’t inspired by ‘Creep’, Radiohead feel it was and want 100% of the publishing,” says Del Rey.
Clothing company allegedly sold several items of clothing using “Coachella” name.
Wilco frontman is the target of a conniving music copyright lawyer, played by Fred Armisen.
What happens when the fashion world uses logos or band names without permission?
They fear the “dangerous” verdict will stifle musical creativity.
Former Republican presidential candidate played Survivor’s hit single at a campaign rally without permission.
Petition calls for “sensible reform that balances the interests of creators with the interests of the companies who exploit music for their financial enrichment.”
With musicians getting sued left and right, Gillian say it’s time to shut up and dance.