“He changed the lyrics, asked someone to sing it again, or used AI,” claims the late singer’s estate.
The estate of Donna Summer has accused Kanye West of copyright infringement over one of the songs from his recently released collaborative album with Ty Dolla $ign, Vultures 1. The estate claims the rapper asked to use one of the late singer's songs and, although he didn't get permission, he used it anyway.
“Kanye West…asked for permission to use Donna Summer's song 'I Feel Love' and was denied…He changed the lyrics, asked someone to sing it again, or used the 'IA but it's 'I Feel Love'… copyright infringement!” A Instagram Story published on Saturday from Donna Summer's official account.
THE Vultures 1 The song “Good (Don't Die)” features the lyrics “Oh, I'm alive, I'm alive, I'm alive, I'm alive, oh” with a melody and cadence that appears to be the song. the domain can refer.
A representative for West did not immediately respond to rolling stonerequest for comment.
The Summer IG account tagged Kanye West, Ty Dolla $ign, Warner Chappell Music, Universal Music Group and Sharon Osbourne in her post. The day before, Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne had launched a similar accusation. “Kanye West asked for permission to sample a section of a 1983 Iron Man live performance at the US Speechless festival and was denied permission because it is anti-Semitic and caused grief unspeakable to many people”, the singer wrote In capital letters. “He still used the sample at his album listening party last night. I want no association with this man!
Osbourne's manager and wife, Sharon Osbourne, added later Friday: “We are considering legal action.”
On Thursday, West and Ty Dolla $ign hosted a listening party in Chicago for their new album, Vultures 1. The rapper finally released the Vultures 1 song “Carnival” without the Osbourne sample. The album arrived at DSP on Friday evening.