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Lady Gaga accused of copyright infringement on her star was born with mega-hit Fallow



Lady Gaga became the latest singer to be hit with a copyright lawsuit.

Writer-writer Steve Ronsen threatens to sue Gaga, claiming Shallow, from Star was born, Was copied in part from a song he wrote and uploaded to Soundcloud in 2012.

Steven Ronsen threatens to sue Lady Gaga, claiming that Fallow was copied from part of a song she posted online in 2012.

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Steven Ronsen threatens to sue Lady Gaga, claiming that Fallow was copied from part of a song she posted online in 2012.

But Gaga has denied the charges and warns that he will be brought to court if necessary.

Digitalmusicnews.com says that "Ronsen claims that" Shallow ", who wrote not only Gaga but also Mark Ronson (not related to the defendant), Andrew Wyatt and Anthony Rosomando, shares the same musical progression as his song" Almost . "Ronsen says he has already found a musicologist who agrees with his assessment that the songs are similar."

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It comes just weeks after Katie Perry and her co-workers were ordered to pay $ 4.24 million for copyright infringement with her song Black horse.

Perry was sued by those behind a 2009 Christian rap song called "Joyful Noise".


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