British singer ed Sheeran, who is currently on vacation, will be forced to answer in court for plagiarism, in which it accuses the family of a ed Towsend, author of the song of the Marvin Gaye “Let’s Get It On”, released in 1973. According to the author’s family, ed stole “the melody, harmony and rhythm of composition.”
Representative ed Sheeran thinking what to answer the request of the journalists on this occasion, we recalled that this is not the first time the gifted Briton accused of plagiarism.
So, during the celebration of his 25-year-old in new Jersey, the group Boyz II Men has publicly stated that the song Sheeran’s “Thinking Out Loud” is strikingly similar to their old hit, “Let’s Get It On”, and in June of this year, songwriters Martin Harrington and Tom Leonard filed for ed to court over the song “Photograph”, which was very similar to the written in 2012 the composition, executed by Matt Kardam. They demand $ 20 million and the restoration of their rights.