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Introduction

Ariana Grande joins the long list of accused high-profile artist copyright infringers, with the filing of a copyright infringement claim at a New York federal court.

Highlights

  • The growing list of plagiarism accusations against high-profile artists grew a little more in January with the claim by US hip-hop artist and singer songwriter Josh Stone that Ariana Grande and her team of songwriters copied his track You Need It, I Got It for the Grande track 7 Rings.

Features and Benefits

  • Details the latest high-profile artist plagiarism claim.
  • Explains the case brought against Ariana Grande by a US hip-hop artist.

Key questions answered

  • What has Ariana Grande been accused of by a US hip-hop author and producer?
  • What evidence in the case has been provided by musicologists?

Table of contents

Ovum view

  • Summary
  • No letup in the flow of high-profile artist plagiarism claims
  • Ariana Grande the latest artist accused
  • Musicologists' evidence demonstrates clear infringement

Appendix

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