Anuel AA is accused of plagiarism for one of his songs


The puerto rican singer of reggaeton, rap and trap Anuel AA is in the eye of the hurricane, as it has been defendant by a major music producer for the plagiarism your song “Illuminati”.

Without a doubt, this has been one of the biggest scandals of her career, as has been defendant this together with the rapper Lil Pump.

This song was it premiered two weeks ago and it was very well received by his followers, but many users began to question his originality of rhythms and created a lot of controversy.

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One of those who accused the reguetonero was the producer, Southside, head of 808 Mafiathe comment that used one of the rhythmic bases he produced for the rap group, Migos, on the theme “Too Hotty“in the year 2017.

This accusation was by means of a publication in the account of Instagram the producer, in which he compared the two songs you the truth if you have a lot of similar.

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Please tell me what is going on here, this is definitely a total copy, and a new version of my pace,” wrote the producer at the publication.

The video you shared until the time has almost 300 thousand reproductions with just 3 days of having been shared and a number of comments which support your position.

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Without a doubt this allegation has generated a great controversy in social networks, because not only he thinks so, but also thousands of people pointing out that that was plagiarism on the part of the artist.

On the other hand, none of the two artists on the topic of the Illuminati have commented or clarified something about it on this great accusation, something that could end in a lawsuit.

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It is worth mentioning that Sizzle or better known as “Southside”, one of the creators of beats most recognized in the industry of rap in the united States, by what is believed to be willing to fight against this.