The Weeknd was sued by stealing melodies to compose his theme'call out my name'
The artist The Weeknd and his specialized group were blamed for stealing some components of a melody made in 2015 and then compose the theme 'call out on my name', which was delivered in 2018. According to reports distributed on Wednesday by the musical magazine Pitchfork, the Epikker couple, formed by Suniel Fox and Henry Strange, blame the Canadian artist having appropriate a theme that sent a fellow of The Weeknd, called'vibeking', for which they never received any credit.
According to the files distributed on Wednesday by the musical magazine Pitchfork, the Epikker team blamed the Canadian artist to have appropriated a theme that sent one of his companions, called "Vibeking"
The artist from Canada was blamed for plagiarizing a song for the creation of Call Out My Name
The artist The Weeknd and his specialized group were blamed for stealing some components of a melody made in 2015 and then compose the topic "call out my name", which was delivered in 2018.
According to distributed reports on Wednesday by Musical Magazine Pitchfork, the Epikker couple, formed by Suniel Fox and Henry Strange, blame the Canadian artist having appropriated a theme that sent a fellow The Weeknd, called "vibeking", for which they never got any credit.
The artists educated the magazine that they had sent the melody to one of the individuals of the group of The Weeknd and then used their melodic construction without proven them.
The Offended seek damage for each of the benefits that has produced "call out my name" And they mention as order that The Weeknd do not sing the melody in any show until the case is resolved.
Suniel Fox and Henry Strange mentioned this about the plagiarism of the song
"The two works are in a minor key. The two works use a 6/8 compass, which is not exceptionally normal in famous music. The two works are touched at a comparable rhythm. In addition, the two works use elements of electronics, the 'Mood', the pop, the Hip-Jump, the Rock and the R&B to achieve a specific environmental and melancholic sound", the couple says.
This Wednesday, Melódica Pitchfork distributed a composition, which seems to reflect the complaint posed by Suniel Fox and Henry Strange writers, now individuals from the Epikker meeting.
In his challenge, the pair of composers battle that the sound designer beam, a partner close to The Weeeknd, obtained the melody "vibeking" By means of an email in April 2015 and subsequently affirmed that the craftsman had heard her.
As indicated by the offended form, time after the PNA itself contacted the couple to exhort them not to credit the subject.
The theme of The Weeknd was delivered in 2018 as a lone of its EP "My Dear Melancholy" And since then it has registered 700 million reproductions on YouTube and 836 million in Spotify.
Regarding his, "vibeking" It is not accessible in any web scene, so the comparability between the two tracks must be inspected by the Californian court.