Members of the British electronic Duo Gorgon City got acquainted with creativity of the Russian artist. They found that the composition of Temnikovo “Impulses” is really reminiscent of their song No More. Earlier, the singer denied accusations of plagiarism.
Last year Elena Temnikova became embroiled in scandal. The singer was suspected of plagiarism, the British electronic Duo Gorgon City. Listeners have compared the hit of Elena “Pulses” in a short time blew up the Russian charts, and composition of the foreign artists under the name No More. After that, Temnikova was accused of stealing, and after a while her video at the resonant track is blocked on YouTube on the complaint of LLC “National music publishing”. The organization appealed to the administration of video hosting with a complaint about copyright infringement.
Later, the clip Elena Temnikova again appeared in open access on the Network. Video artist unblocked moderators. Apparently, celebrities have managed to sort out a conflict situation. But now, a few months after the scandal, the video the star saw the English artists, from whom she allegedly borrowed the melody. DJs found that the track “Emulsy” is really reminiscent of their song No More. They treated the situation with humor.
“Some Russian artist stole one of our songs,” wrote the participants in Gorgon City to Instagram, accompanied the message with emoticons.
Note that the very Elena Temnikova denies allegations of borrowing from the British electronic Duo. Earlier, the singer called such suspicions unfounded. “You judge on education or you have the court’s decision have? No – do not write nonsense”, – shared the artist in the social networks, answering comments dissatisfied audience.
Previously, Elena Temnikova was involved in another high-profile scandal involving plagiarism. Song and artist Nathan called “Must have” seemed to some people very similar to the eponymous track Petersburg musician Igor klyuchnikova. They also found that cover two different singles like copied each other. During the conversation with journalists the representative of the label Black Star Inc. denied the speculation about borrowing melodies, noting that listened to both compositions.
Recall that last year, French musician Didier Marouani suspected of plagiarism of the authors of the song Philip Kirkorov “tough love”. The man demanded from the Russian artist compensation in the amount of 50 million rubles. Philip ironically reacted to the accusations of foreign artist. “I want overnight about you know all, probursa, poskandalil with Kirkorov” – said the singer told reporters. A case of extortion Kirkorov provoked the culprit