Drake Sued For Allegedly Stealing Beats For “In My Feelings” and “Nice For What
An artist in the Big Easy is making claims that Drake swiped his music, and he’s indicting the rapper to demonstrate it. The Toronto craftsman isn’t the just one being named in the claim as New Orleans bob symbol Big Freedia has wound up in the performer’s line of sight, too.
As indicated by TMZ, a man named Samuel Nicholas III, or Sam Skully, is blaming the two stars for jacking his beat for their viral hit track “In My Feelings.” He likewise expresses that Drake twofold plunged and swiped another of his tunes for “Pleasant For What,” the track that examples Lauryn Hill’s Miseducation of Lauryn Hill single “Ex-Factor.”
Skully says that “In My Feelings” takes straightforwardly from his track titled “Move Call,” a tune that he made in 2000. The performer’s beats were purportedly highlighted on Skully’s CD he discharged that equivalent year and, as indicated by him, nobody asked his consent or paid him to utilize his music. Drake and Freedia aren’t Skully’s just focuses, as the artist has likewise named Republic Records, Asylum Records, and Cash Money Records in the claim. We looked for Skully’s tunes so as to include examinations, yet they still can’t seem to be made accessible on the web.