Just provide one reason to Tracy Chapman and she will definitely sue you. As per a fresh report, over the song that is even not released now “Sorry”; Chapman is suing Nicki Minaj, the rapper. She is purposefully appealing that “Sorry” consists half of the vocal melody and lyrics.
The song “Baby Can I Hold You” that Chapman sang in 1988 and she is suing for impairments. In fact, this is not actually the first ink between Chapman and Minaj. Prior to release fo Minaj’s album Queen, in August she started tweeting regarding a track she used to love. And aftermath believed to be “Sorry” that featured Nas.
However, once it is clarified by Chapman they will might even cancel the album. As per a tweet, “So there’s a record on #Queen that features one of the greatest rappers of all time. Had no clue it sampled the legend #TracyChapman—do I keep my date and lose the record? Or do I lose the record and keep my date? Do we push #Queen back one week? Ugh! I’m torn, Y’all help.” (Since it has been removed.)
Bossip reported on August 11, Minaj tweet, “Sis said no”—however, via Funkmaster Flex on Hot 97, the track was premiered. And then from some instants at the Internet, it was deleted even though leaks are still circulating.
As a “Baby Can I Hold You” reminder is too great that for long Minaj is found quiet even after the first time breaking of the news. Even though Chapman doesn’t use Twitter but we still welcome her to the platform.