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Bryson Tiller & J. Cole Sued For Allegedly Stealing Beat From Producer

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Bryson Tiller & J. Cole Sued For Allegedly Stealing Beat From Producer

Bryson Tiller & J. Cole Sued For Allegedly Stealing Beat From Producer

Another day, another lawsuit. Bryson Tiller & J. Cole are now being sued by a producer who claims they stole his beat.

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According to The Blast, Gary Frisby (aka G-Money) filed a lawsuit on Friday against Cole and Tiller, along with Sony Music, Roc Nation, and RCA Records. The producer says he pieced together a song called “Shawty So Cold” in 2013, which he claims was ripped off by both J. Cole and Bryson Tiller in separate songs titled “Exchange” by Tiller and “Déjà Vu” by Cole.

G-Money says both songs have,

“the same kick pattern, snare pattern, FX swell and vocal strike. The substantial similarities between the three songs are of no coincidence,” The Blast quotes.

G-Money is confident that the two artists stole his track and is now suing for $150,000 per infringement.

He’s also planning an injunction against them from continuing to profit off his work. Socialites, what are your thoughts on this latest lawsuit? Let us know your thoughts in the comment box below!

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