Kanye West and Donna Summer’s Estate Settles Copyright Case

By Stermy 2 Min Read

American rapper, Kanye (YE) West and the estate of the late Donna Summer have finally reached a settlement following their copyright dispute.

Recall that Bruce Sudano, husband of the late American singer-songwriter, Donna Summer sued YE back in February with claims that the rapper used a sample of Donna’s 1977 hit song ‘I Feel Love’ on his “Vultures 1” album.

According to the lawsuit, it was claimed that the rapper went ahead to use the sample without authorization, Donna’s estate claimed that the rapper reached out asking to sample the song but was denied.

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However, the lawsuit filed against Kanye, his record label, and Ty Dolla $ign was to seek an injunction to block him from distributing the song as well as damages.

Kanye and Donna Estate Agrees Settlement

The good news now is that both parties on Thursday have finally reached a settlement agreement, and will each be paying their own legal bills, this came after Kanye West agreed to the terms not to distribute the song.

Confirming the news, Larry Stein, attorney for Summer’s estate said; West has agreed not to distribute or otherwise use the song, so we got what we wanted.”

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