Cardi B Faces Lawsuit Over Alleged Copyright Violation

Rapper Accused of Using Material from Texas and Oklahoma Vocalists Without Permission

Popular American rapper Cardi B is making headlines after being hit with a lawsuit for potential copyright infringement.

Two vocalists, Miguel Aguilar from Texas, known as Kemika 1956, and Joshua Fraustro from Oklahoma, known as Sten Joddi, have sued Cardi B. They allege that she used material from their 2021 song “Greasy Frybread” in her track “Enough (Miami)” without proper licensing.

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Cardi B’s single “Enough (Miami)” was a commercial success, reaching the top ten upon its release in March 2024.

According to sources, the plaintiffs claim that Cardi B and her production team incorporated parts of “Greasy Frybread” into her hit song. They highlighted that their song was also used as a promotional piece for the FX series “Reservation.”

The lawsuit names not only Cardi B but also Atlantic Records, Warner Music Group, and producers OG Parker and DJ SwanQo as co-defendants.

Interestingly, “Greasy Frybread” was released about three years before Cardi B’s “Enough (Miami)” debuted on March 15, 2024.

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