Megan Thee Stallion Universal Music, & Big Sean Slammed With Copyright Infringement Suit

Megan Thee Stallion and Big Sean have been sued for allegedly copying the work of two other musicians.

According to Duawn “Go Hard Major” Payne and Harrell “H Matic” James, Megan Thee Stallion and Big Seam’s collaborative “Go Crazy” tune copied their earlier release track “Krazy.”

The “Krazy” tune was released back in 2012 via ReverbNation but didn’t have as much impact as the alleged copy from Megan Thee Stallion and her associates. Anyway, Duawn and James are suing Universal Music, Megan, Sean, and 1501 Certified Entertainment for the rights’ infraction.

Big Sean is a big-name artist, and Duawn and James believe he would have come across their work. Last we checked, though, Big Sean has not responded to the alleged claims of copyright infraction.

For her part, Megan, too, has said nothing about the alleged copyright infraction. It’s unclear what direction the case would take, especially given the calibre of people who stood accused of copyright violation.

This isn’t the first time an artist – or artists – has been accused of copyright violations. Nor do we expect it to be the last. It has merely brought to the fore, once again, a problem the industry contends with sporadically. But will that change anytime soon?

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