Katy Perry Used My Song For Her Hit Never Really Over


Katy Perry Used My Song For Her Hit Never Really Over

Katy Perry’s new single Never Really Over sounds a lot like Love You Like That – a 2017 song by Norwegian singer Dagny.

But this isn’t a lawsuit waiting to happen, Katy made sure Dagny and her team knew exactly what was going on and were recognised for their work.

“It was the start of this year that suddenly there was a call from Katy’s team,” Dagny tells Radio 1 Newsbeat.

“They said ‘Hey, we’ve made a version of Love You Like That and we want to give credit where credit’s due’.

Katy’s Never Really Over reached number one on the UK Official Trending Chart on Tuesday.


Dagny’s original version reached number 39 in Norway in 2017 and is taken from her debut album – which she’ll spending the next few months finishing off.

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She says she’s glad that Katy’s team were upfront about using her work.

In recent years, several music stars have faced allegations they have sampled other people’s songs without permission.

Marvin Gaye’s family successfully sued Robin Thicke over the 2015 single Blurred Lines – after claiming it copied the singer’s 1977 hit Got to Give It Up.

While Ed Sheeran is facing a court battle in the US over allegations he copied parts of Marvin Gaye’s Let’s Get It On – which he denies.

Katy Perry Used My Song For Her Hit Never Really Over


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