23 February 2020

Miley settles $300M lawsuit over 'We Can't Stop'

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Miley Cyrus has settled a $300 million copyright infringement lawsuit over her smash hit song 'We Can't Stop'. reports citing that the 27-year-old singer had been accused by a Jamaican songwriter of stealing her 2013 Billboard hit from a similar song he recorded a quarter century earlier.

Michael May, who performs as Flourgon, sued Cyrus in March 2018, claiming that 'We Can't Stop' closely resembled his 1988 song 'We Run Things,' which he called a reggae favorite since reaching the top spot in his home country.

2020.01.04 / 22:14
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