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Cardi B Faces Copyright Lawsuit Over “Enough (Miami)”

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Cardi B is facing legal action over her hit single “Enough (Miami),” with allegations of copyright infringement looming over the Grammy Award-winning artist.

TMZ reports reveal that Belcalis Cephus, professionally known as Cardi B, is being sued for allegedly incorporating elements from another rapper’s song into her own track. Alongside Cardi B, her record labels Atlantic Records and Warner Music Group, as well as producers OG Parker and DJ SwanQo, are also implicated in the lawsuit.

The plaintiff, Native American rapper Sten Joddi (Joshua Fraustro), claims that Cardi B and her collaborators utilized portions of his 2021 song “Greasy Frybread” without authorization. Sten Joddi’s track had been featured as a promotional piece for the FX series Reservation Dogs before Cardi B’s “Enough (Miami)” was released on March 15, 2024.

Despite debuting at number 9 on the Billboard Hot 100, Cardi B’s latest single has now become entangled in legal proceedings. As of now, Cardi and her team have yet to issue a public response to the lawsuit, leaving the outcome of this legal dispute uncertain.

Written by
Derek Chan

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