The jury ruled that Ed Sheeran’s “Thinking Out Loud” was not plagiarism


Ed Sheeran did not commit copyright infringement in the composition of the song Thinking out loudas the jury of the Manhattan court in which the British musician was tried has just decided Accusation of plagiarism Provided by Ed Townsend, one of the co-authors on Marvin Gaye Classic Let’s go.

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Townsend had already sued Sheeran. Amy WadgeCo-author of Thinking out loud’, claiming that this 2014 hit song offers “amazing similarities” to… Let’s gofrom 1973, with which it shares rhythm and an “ascending four chord sequence.” During the plagiarism trial, Ed Sheeran performed the piece on his guitar in court and went so far as to ensure that He would have left the music business if I found him guilty.

After the positive verdict, the English singer-songwriter will be able to continue his career and promote properly his new album, – (subtract or discount)which will be released specifically on Friday, May 5th.

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