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Skrillex Defends Justin Bieber In 'Sorry' Song Theft Claim

05/30/2016
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Justin Bieber

(Radio.com) It was only a matter of time until Skrillex, producer of Justin Bieber's hit song "Sorry," responded to allegations that the song contains music which was sampled without permission.

On Friday (May 27), The GRAMMY-winning producer posted a video clip showing the step-by-step process he went through to create the music and vocals in question.

Skrillex uses an editing program on his MacBook to reveal how he took singer Julia Michaels' a Capella vocal session and turned them into the vocals you hear on Bieber's "Sorry." Read more here.

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