Chris Brown and Drake Face sue copyright for “no guidance”

By Andrew Karpan (October 6, 2021, 4:33 p.m. EDT) – Chris Brown and Drake were sued for copyright infringement in Florida federal court accusing pop stars of scamming a song from an R&B singer to create their 2019 hit single “No Guidance” – even going so far as to make a “disguised reference” to the singer on the track.

Singer Braindon Cooper, who goes by the nickname Mr Cooper, and his producer Timothy Valentine, who works under the moniker Drum’n Skillz, say an A&R representative affiliated with Drake’s former label, Cash Money Records, the had contacted in March 2019 to ask him to hear “unpublished …

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