A Jamaican artist has sued Youthful Now singer Miley Cyrus for $300 million as a result of he thinks “We Can’t Cease” borrows too liberally from one in all his songs. Flourgon, who acquired his begin at Jamaica’s sound system circuit throughout the ’80s, says that one “We Can’t Cease” lyric, “We run issues / Issues don’t run we,” lifts from his 1988 tune “We Run Issues,” which works, “We run issues / Issues no run we,” in line with Billboard. (Revisit each songs under to see whether or not you’ll be able to hear another similarities.)
Along with his lawsuit, Flourgon needs to dam all future gross sales and performances of “We Can’t Cease.”
“We Can’t Cease” peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Sizzling 100 after its 2013 debut. Moreover, the tune helped Cyrus rework from Hannah Montana and “Social gathering in the usA.” baby star to completely grown (and nonetheless controversial) grownup pop star, through a nonetheless ongoing flirtation with hip-hop. “We Can’t Cease,” written by Jamaican brother duo Rock Metropolis and produced by Mike Will Made It, was initially meant for Rihanna. However Mike Will says that he ultimately pitched “We Can’t Cease” to Cyrus, regardless that he wasn’t certain whether or not she was doing music on the time, as a result of he considered that tune as “a mature ‘Social gathering In The usA.’,” as he has advised a number of publications.
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