The Judge didn’t do favors, he just ruled it accordingly.
An Indian composer by the name of “Bappi Lahiri” has won a court order barring sales of the hip-hop hit “So Addictive”, which sold over 600,000 copies between its June release and the time the suit was filed late last year. “So Addictive” is barred from being sold until composer Bappi Lahiri is listed on the song’s credits, Anthony Kornarens, an attorney for Lahiri stated.
“The judge took the matter quite seriously and felt as though, from what I could tell, the defendants had not acted appropriately,” Kornarens said. And I honestly don’t blame him!
Let’s just do role reversal to see how you would react.
Universal Music Group, Interscope and Dr. Dre’s attorney, Howard King was not available for questioning, as always.
Kornarens, who accused the record label of “cultural imperialism,” said the judge set an expedited trial date of June 17 for Lahiri’s suit.
A. Morris – MusiqQueen.com