GloRilla is getting sued for alleged copyright infringement!
The tracks in question are “Tomorrow” and “Tomorrow 2,” which features Cardi B.
Ivory Paynes, of Dog House Posse, is suing because the two singles “misappropriates key protected elements” of Dog House Posse’s “Street of Westbank.”
GloRilla’s songs contain “unauthorized samples” and copy “musical arrangements, percussion tracks, synthesized orchestration, including … piano, cello, violin, contrabass, and drum set, and tone and melody.”
Macaroni Toni, Collective Music Group, Universal Music Group, and Warner Chappell Music, are also involved in the suit.