Chris Brown and Drake Fight “No Guidance” Copyright Lawsuit Calls It ‘Baseless’

Chris Brown and Drake Fight “No Guidance” Copyright Lawsuit Calls It ‘Baseless’

Chris Brown and Drake’s authorized staff are talking out following a lawsuit concerning their music “No Guidance.” This week, attorneys for Chris Brown and Drake filed a movement to have the case thrown out calling the lawsuit’s allegations “baseless” as they consider the phrase “you bought it” is just too widespread and can’t be coated underneath copyright legal guidelines.

According to the go well with filed final October, the hitmakers, Drizzy and Breezy allegedly ripped off artists Brandon Cooper and Timothy Valentine to create their 2019 hit. Cooper and Valentine consider Brown and Drake illegally sampled their monitor “I Love Your Dress.”

In the go well with, Cooper and Valentine allege the beat, lyrics, hook, rhythmic construction, metrical placement and narrative context from their music have been copied or principally derived for “No Guidance.”

The claimants are looking for financial damages for the accused infringement that embody at least 50 % of all direct and oblique royalties and revenues generated by the industrial success of “No Guidance.”

Attorneys for Cooper and Valentine are reportedly anticipated to file a response within the coming weeks.

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