Ariana Grande may have to name her label up and ask for assist in the originality division within the close to future. The singer has been rolling-out her new album, which has but to be named, over the previous few months. Kicking issues off together with her hit single, “Thank U, Next,” she returned together with her newest bop, “7 Rings” this morning. However, Princess Nokia is satisfied that Ariana Grande took her circulation for the tune.
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Princess Nokia appears to search out numerous similarities between her tune off of 1992 and Grande’s newest launch, “7 Rings.” Nokia posted a video on Twitter of herself listening to “7 Rings” earlier than evaluating it to her tune, “Mine.”
“Does that sound acquainted to you? ‘Cause that sound actually acquainted to me,” she stated earlier than stopping the tune. “Ain’t that the little tune I made about brown ladies and their hair? Hmmm.. Sounds about white.”
Interestingly sufficient, followers of Soulja Boy accused Grande of biting his circulation earlier at this time. Amid the rapper’s comeback, followers of the “Crank That” rapper identified that Grande’s circulation on “7 Rings” is eerily much like Big Draco’s on “Pretty Boy Swag.”
Nokia then retweeted a tweet that claimed that Grande’s “new album actually plagiarizes flows, phrases, bars from Nokia.” Adding, “yo what a disgrace, thousands and thousands of and a TEAM of individuals to make and write your music…. but they STILL STEAL.”
Ariana Grande has but to touch upon the accusations made by Princess Nokia.