A settlement settlement has been reached within the $300 million copyright infringement lawsuit Jamaican songwriter Michael Might (aka Flourgon) filed in opposition to Miley Cyrus and her tune “We Cannot Cease” in 2018, in response to Reuters.
Might, who performs below the title Flourgon, made accusations that the singer and her label, Sony’s RCA Data, copied materials from his 1988 tune “We Run Issues,” together with the phrase “We run issues/ Issues no run we.” Cyrus sings “We run issues/ Issues don’t run we” on the refrain of “We Cannot Cease.”
Reuters studies that defendants Cyrus and Sony filed a joint stipulation ending the lawsuit with prejudice, that means the case can’t be filed by the plaintiff on the identical grounds once more, on Friday (Jan. 3) in Manhattan federal court docket.
Phrases of the settlement haven’t been made recognized.
“We Cannot Cease,” the lead single off of Cyrus’ Bangerz album, was launched by RCA in 2013, when it hit No. 2 on Billboard‘s Scorching 100 chart.