On AM Tonight, we always promise to bring you the biggest topics in sex, money and politics. And while we sometimes over index on sex, we do love a good story on who makes money, how, why and what that means for you.
So when we saw Katy Perry’s latest dilemma, being sued for copyright infringement over her single, ‘Dark Horse,’ we wondered what it means about music and money now. This isn’t the first time copyright infringement has happened to the cat lover and singer, but there’s a larger trend with the spike in the music copyright wars.
Fusion’s Alicia Menendez sat down with Hollywood Reporter Senior Editor Eriq Gardner and Mashable Associate Entertainment Editor Brian Hernandez to discuss.
Even if the snaps and pops sound similar, does it mean that Katy ripped the Christian rapper’s song, and in the process, its reputation? Take a look at Katy’s ‘Dark Horse’
And the group making the allegations, Flame and Lecrae’s ‘Joyful Noise’ to decide for yourself.
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