Chapman Beats Minaj In Court

Published January 9, 2021 13,761 Views

Rumble Tracy Chapman has won a copyright infringement lawsuit against Nicki Minaj.
Chapman filed a lawsuit against Minaj in October 2018.
Minaj's song "Sorry" used the singer-songwriter's 1988 track "Baby Can I Hold You" without permission.
Chapman's lawsuit states Minaj's team sent a formal request to Chapman, asking to re-record the lyrics and melody of "Baby Can I Hold You."
Chapman's team denied Minaj's request.
In the suit Chapman believes that the rapper used "Baby Can I Hold You" in her song prior to sending the request.
According to court documents Minaj will pay Chapman $450,000 in damages.

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