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Drake And Chris Brown Sued For Stealing 'No Guidance'

By HHL JT
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Drake and Chris Brown are the latest artists to be sued for stealing.

The rapper Mr. Cooper and the producer Drum'n Skillz claim that an analysis of the beat, lyrics, hook and rhythmic structure of Drake and Brown's 2019 smash hit "No Guidance" copies and is principally derived from their track "I Love That Dress."

The duo goes as for as to claim that the "flew the coop" lyric in "No Guidance" taunts Mr. Cooper -- who goes by Coop.

Neither Drizzy and nor Breezy has commented on the suit.

Listen to both songs below and tell us if the lawsuit has any merit.

 

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