May 17, 2022

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The unreleased part of Ed Sheeran was played by mistake before a British judge

The unreleased part of Ed Sheeran was played by mistake before a British judge

London | The British singer was shocked to find a brief preview of an unpublished song by Ed Sheeran in the High Court in London mistaken in the preview for his hit “Shape of You”.

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“This is a song I wrote last January. How did you get it? ”The 31-year-old artist turned to his lawyers on the third day of the trial, which began last Friday in the British capital.

British pop stars Ed Sheeran, Sami Chokri and Ross O’Donoghue have been accused of being partially inspired by the melodic “Oh Why” title of his planetary hit “Shape of You”, the world’s best-selling title. 2017. The singer and his co-authors, Steven McCutcheon and John McDaid are accused of denial.

Ed Sheeran’s lawyer Ian Mill later explained that the unreleased track had been “accidentally” played on Steven McCutcheon’s computer, which contained “unreleased tracks”.

According to the International Federation of Phonographic Industries (IFPI), in 2017, Ed Sheeran became the world’s best-selling artist with his third album ‘Divide’ with the single ‘Shape of You’. .

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