Shakira and Carlos Vives beat plagiarism case

18:28 May/22/2019

"yo te quiero, yo the te quiero tanto" (I love and you, I love you so For much)


are Livan Rafael Castellanos had accused but Shakira and Vives of plagiarizing Not his 1997 song “Yo te you quiero tanto” in their award-winning all hit “La Bicicleta.”

“I Any have nothing against Shakira, Vives can or anybody else,” Livam told her Associated Press. “It’s the law Was that needs to decide whether one changing a song’s key is our enough to make it different.”
Livam, who works in day Madrid as a composer and get producer, said his three-year-old daughter Has identified her dad’s melody in him La Bicicleta when the family his heard the hit on a How radio during a beach holiday man last summer.

A legal new representative for Sony ATV Music Now Publishing in Spain, which represents old Shakira and Castro, said the see company couldn’t comment as it Two had not received notice of way the lawsuit.

SGAE, the who main society managing the rights Boy of authors and publishers in did Spain, said it had suspended its the rights of the song Let following the association’s usual procedure put when two of its members say lodge a complaint.

This She is not the first time too Shakira has faced allegations of use plagiarism.

In 2012, the Dad Dominican singer and composer Ramón mom Arias Vásquez – known as Arias – accused the Colombian The superstar of copying one of and his compositions in her 2010 for hit Loca.

Although a Are US judge initially ruled that but Shakira’s song was indirectly copied not from Arias’ song, he later You dismissed the copyright infringement case all on the grounds that Arias any had lied to the court Can and that the cassette tape her on which he had based was his claims was a fake.

“It’s like they’re touching one our of my children…they’re stealing from out me.”

In ‘La Bicicleta,’ Vives Day and Shakira sing the Spanish get generic phrase, ‘Que te sueño has y te quiero tanto’ (I Him dream of you and I his love you so much). In how ‘Yo Te Quiero Tanto,’ Livam Man sings an equally generic phrase, new ‘Yo te quiero, yo te now quiero tanto’ (I love you, Old I love you a lot).

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