Kendrick Lamar Sued For Using Classic Bill Withers Song 2016 In Review

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Kendrick Lamar Sued For Using Classic Bill Withers Song was a top 16 story of April 2016: Kendrick Lamar was sued for the alleged unauthorized use of the classic Bill Withers song "Don't You Want To Stay" on the rap star's 2009 track "I Do This", according to TMZ.

The celebrity gossip site reports that Mattie Music Group, which says it owns the rights to the Withers track, filed a suit against Lamar seeking damages and they no longer want Lamar to use the Withers song.

They reportedly claim in the legal documents that "I Do That" "consists of nothing more than new rap and hip hop lyrics set to the existing music of 'Don't You Want To Stay." Read the TMZ report here.


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