A Member of Wu Tang Clan Sued Over Uncleared Sample

Raekwon is the latest emcee to be sued over an uncleared sample.

It looks like the sample police have struck again, this time, the target is Raekwon. According to a recent report from AllHipHop, Rae has been served with a lawsuit over a sample featured in his song "The New Wu."

Bridgeport Music/Westbound Records recently filed suit against the Wu-Tang emcee over an uncleared sample used in his song "The New Wu" off 2009's Only Built 4 Cuban Linx…Pt. 2. The song, which features Ghostface Killah and Method Manand was produced by RZA, features a sample of the Magictones' 1971 song "I've Changed."

The suit claims that RZA illegally used a sped-up four measure portion of the original track. All four rappers are named in the lawsuit, and are being sued for copyright infringement, unfair competition and lawyer fees.

“These four measures have been sped up approximately 8.9%, making them last approximately 10 seconds and raising their key by one step from E minor to F# minor,” the suit reads.

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