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> Zara Larsson accused of STEALING by’ All Saints, TG4M V PURE SHOES
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post Sep 3 2017, 05:28 PM
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Zara Larsson is being accused of ripping off All Saints’ hit “Pure Shores.”

All Saints singer Natalie Appleton took to social media to accused Larsson of stealing the song in the on March 22, where she called Zara a “thief” and claimed that the track is suspiciously similar to one of the girlband’s biggest hits from the naughties.

“THEIF! @ZaraLarsson,” Appleton tweeted in response to Zara’s track “TG4M,” which she claimed was too similar to their 2000 single.

“TG4M is a blatant rip off of our hit ‘Pure Shores.’ Find your OWN sound. Where’s our royalites???” Natalie then added in the pretty scathing message posted to her official Twitter account.

I don't think they sound similar in the slightest?

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post Sep 3 2017, 05:31 PM
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They sound nothing alike mellow.gif
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post Sep 3 2017, 06:14 PM
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Omg it sounds NOTHING like it rotf.gif I can hear the slight William Orbit esque production but you could say that about a hell of a lot of songs, in this it's not the main standout feature it just sort of has those characteristics.

Natalie is the tragic one anyway lmao, Mel >>>>>>>
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post Sep 3 2017, 10:00 PM
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I do see where R Natalie is coming from, the chord progression is quite similar in the two songs but you know there aren't that many chords to work with... Definitely not similar enough to call it a 'rip off'.
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