Justin Timberlake and Will.i.am SUED for copyright infringement on “Damn Girl” 

COMING FOR COIN…

Your fave, Justin Timberlake, is undoubtedly yelling “Damn,” at the news that he and producer, Will.i.Am, are being SUED for allegedly using pieces of a 60s funk and disco track on their ten year old collab joint, “Damn Girl.”

 
DAMNNNNNN HOMIE…

SO PEEP..

PK Music Performance–the owners of the rights to late songwriter Perry Kibble’s “A New Day Is Here At Last,”–is claiming that the 35-year-old former N’Sync singer and his Black Eye Peas crooning accomplice copied a chunk of Kibble’s 1969 song.. including the drum beats, guitar riffs, organ and saxophone.

  

BLOOOP…

WELL. . 
According to TMZ, PK Music wants its cut of JT and Will’s profits, and all copies of “Damn Girl” delivered to them for destruction. 

 
ALL THE COPIES???

 
BIH DONT KNOW THAT WE STOPPED BUYING CDs IN 2002?????

 
“The music in ‘Damn Girl’ is not the product of independent creation,” the lawsuit says of the song, which is featured on Mr. JT’s “Futuresex/Lovesounds,” LP.

“The portions of ‘A New Day is Here at Last’ copied in ‘Damn Girl’ are not only quantitatively substantial, but qualitatively important to ‘A New Day Is Here At Last,’ including the introduction, rhythm, harmony, melody, and ‘hook’ all of which are copyrightable elements individually and in combination.”

 
HMMMMMMMMMM…

THEY MAD..

 
At this point, neither Justin Timberlake nor Will.i.am have publicly commented on the lawsuit…

 
Last month, R&B group Sly, Slick & Wick came for Justin’s pockets when they SUED him for illegally sampling their track on his and Jay-Z’s 2013 single, “Suit & Tie.”

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