Meghan Trainor plagiarism Korean band song

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South Korea - Shocking news coming from the singer Meghan Trainor, success with the single 'All About That Bass'. Trainor sued because it was accused of plagiarizing a song by one of the band South Korean, Koyote.

Singer from Nantucket, Massachusetts, Meghan Trainor, is currently at number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 Music Chart through the single 'All About That Bass'. However, the work reported plagiarizing one of the songs of the band South Korean, Koyote, which is titled "Happy Mode" which was released in 2006. 

From the tone and lyrics, the song 'All About That Bass' is easy-listening. So do not be surprised if the song were written by Trainor and Kevin Kadish became one of the nominees in the best song writer nominated for a Grammy Award in the charts can quickly dominate the world.

Do not stay silent to this, the author of the song 'Happy Mode', Joo Young Hoon, plans to cast a lawsuit and include the link of the news articles written about the similarity of 'All About That Bass' and 'Happy Mode' on his personal Twitter account.

Uniquely, both songs have similarities with the song called 'Contact' from the band Phish, released in 1989 Whether it is intentional or just coincidence clear when the song merely have similar tone, but have different lyrics and messages . Well, you might be able to have their own view of the case, the following three tracks:

1. Meghan Trainor - All About That Bass

 2. Koyote - Happy Mode

 3. Phish - Contact

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