Tonight's NYC-area shows include Royal Trux, Royal Thunder, Lana Del Rey, Yumi Zouma, Hamilton Leithauser, Glen Hansard, Fetty Wap, and more. Continue reading…
Lana Del Rey just hit another major milestone with her music! The 32-year-old “Get Free” singer-songwriter’s debut album, Born To Die, is now one of only three albums by women that has spent 300 weeks on the Billboard 200 chart as of this month, the official chart company announced on Wednesday (January 17). PHOTOS: Check [...]
Adele’s 21 and Carole King’s Tapestry are the other two records.
This week on Hypebot, some of our most often perused pieces covered a controversial Spotify-critical article released and then retracted by HuffPo, why self-education is so important for musicians, Lana Del Rey's wintertime sadness as Radiohead sues, and much more! HuffPo Pulls Post Critical Of Spotify - Read It Here...
Singer-songwriter BØRNS just dropped a brand new song called “Blue Madonna” featuring none other than Lana Del Rey. The Lust for Life songstress lends her vocals to the track, singing about a new lover: “Blue madonna in my bed now, blue madonna in my head now.” Listen to the new song below. This isn’t the […]
Taken from the Michigan-born pop songwriter’s new album Blue Madonna.
Lana Del Rey appeared on "God Save Our Young Blood," the opening track from her Interscope label-mate Børns' new album Blue Madonna. As it turns out, she sings on the title track, too. Now that the album is out, you can hear it for yourself if you so desire. Here:…
She was also on the song “God Save Our Young Blood”
It’s true that Radiohead hasn’t yet filed a lawsuit demanding royalties from Lana Del Rey for allegedly copying “Creep” in “Get Free,” the album closer from Del Rey’s recent Lust for Life. Yet it’s unlikely that Lana Del Rey would tweet about the prospect of being sued by Radiohead unless ... More »
In what’s threatening to become the next “Blurred Lines,” there’s a new hotly contested copyright dispute brewing that involves two powerful names in music, as well as one of the defining songs of the ’90s. Lana Del Rey revealed last weekend that Radiohead is suing her over similarities between her ... More »
Amanda Petrusich writes about musical inspiration, copyright infringement, and the similarity of Lana Del Rey’s “Get Free” to Radiohead’s “Creep.”
Radiohead's publisher denies allegations its suing Lana Del Ray, media company wins ad revenues from pirate websites and Doctor Who Christmas Special sparks a copyright controversy. The post 3 Count: Lawsuit Denied appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Radiohead's publisher denied claims by Lana Del Rey that it was taking her to court over a track the band says sounds a lot like "Creep."
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Does the singer’s “Get Free” borrow from the British band’s “Creep”? After days of online debate, Radiohead’s publisher makes a statement.
On Sunday, Lana Del Rey seemed to confirm reports that she was being sued by Radiohead over similarities between “Creep” and her song “Get Free.” She indicated that she was communicating directly with the band’s “relentless” lawyers, and even though she had offered to give up 40 percent of the song’s publishing… Read more...
Over the weekend Lana Del Rey seemed to confirm rumors that Radiohead were suing her over "Get Free," the closing track on last year's Lust For Life, due to perceived similarities to their 1992 breakthrough hit "Creep." (Notably, Radiohead themselves lifted parts of "Creep" from the Hollies' "The Air I Breathe," which later resulted in…
“To set the record straight, no lawsuit has been issued and Radiohead have not said they ’will only accept 100%’ of the publishing of ’Get Free.’”
“No lawsuit has been issued and Radiohead have not said they ‘will only accept 100%’ of the publishing of ‘Get Free.’”