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Dua Lipa sued for copyright infringement by reggae band over song 'Levitating'

Dua Lipa sued for copyright infringement by reggae band over song ‘Levitating’

Dua Lipa is being sued for copyright infringement by Florida-based reggae band Artikal Sound System, alleging that they plagiarized their hit song “Levitating” from their 2017 hit single “Live Your Life.”

In the lawsuit filed in Los Angeles court, the band claimed that the English singer’s hit song, which spent 68 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, was taken from their lesser-known track.

according to paintingThe complaint was “too short” and contained no details of exactly how Lipa stole the South Florida band’s song. The lawsuit alleged that Lipa’s song “Levitating” and “Live Your Life” were so similar that it was “extremely unlikely” that Lipa’s song could be created independently.

The lawsuit also alleges that the singer had “access” to the song Artikal Sound System before she created the song “Levitating.”

The lawsuit does not explain why and how nostalgia for the future The artist heard their song.

independent Contact a Dua Lipa representative for comment.

The pop singer is currently on a world tour on the Nostalgia Future tour.

The tour was originally announced in December 2019 and is scheduled to take place from April to June of the following year, and the tour has been postponed several times due to the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dua Lipa is set to perform in UK cities from 15 April to 3 May. She is currently performing in the United States.

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