Lana Del Rey Responds To Copyright Infringement Lawsuit

Published: Monday 8th Jan 2018 by Rashad

‘Summertime Sadness’ singer Lana Del Rey is undoubtedly suffering from the blues this winter thanks to recently confirmed reports of a lawsuit that will see her defend the originality of her song ‘Get Free,’ found on her most recent chart-topping album, ‘Lust for Life.’

The cut, according to English Rock legends Radiohead, is eerily similar to their signature hit, ‘Creep.’  The result of the alleged infraction?  They want 100% of all publishing royalties Del Rey’s tune generates.

Did you miss it? Find out how she responded to the news inside:

She even addressed it live in concert:


Listen to both songs below and let us know if you hear the similarities:


Note:  Did you know Radiohead was sued for copyright infringement (and lost) when it was discovered ‘Creep’ contained elements of the 70’s song ‘The Air I Breathe’ by rock band The Hollies?

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  1. Suicide Blonde January 9, 2018

    I love both Lana and Radiohead, while there are similarities, it’s not really the same composition, they’re behaving like assholes, which saddens me because I love them, embarrassing situation for both, more so for Radiohead than for Lana though.

  2. Abel January 9, 2018

    They were sued for the same damn song bunch of assholes

  3. Liam January 9, 2018

    The irony and then have the audacity to want 100% royalties publishing ?? they’re barely similar. I hope the court dismiss this case ??‍♂️

  4. JOHNVIDAL January 9, 2018

    Her album is amazing and her unique style clear. I don´t care about this.

  5. ? + ✈ = ? January 9, 2018

    The only Creep I know and care for is by TLC

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