British pop star Ed Sheeran He said Friday that he is now filming all songwriting sessions in an effort to avoid future lawsuits over alleged plagiarism, after winning a major court case this week.
Ed Sheeran wins legal battle over alleged plagiarism on his song “Shape of You”
The singer gave his first interview after a London High Court judge ruled on Wednesday a crushing blow shape for you He did not use musical phrases from another song.
“Now I just shoot everything, everything is recorded”The BBC confirmed it in an interview broadcast on Friday. “We’ve had complaints about the songs and we’re like, OK, here’s the pickup and the look. They’ll see that there’s nothingIt is to explain.
“Personally, I think the best feeling in the world is ecstasy about the first idea of writing a great song,” claimed. He added that he foresaw potential lawsuits, “and at that moment you find yourself questioning yourself.”
A London judge ruled on Wednesday that Sheeran Copying part of the song’s melody “not intentionally or unconsciously” WhyAnd Authored by plaintiffs Sami Shoukry and Ross O’Donoghue, they write shape for you.
Sheeran’s track of 2017 remains the most streamed song on Spotify, with over 3 billion streams.
Sheeran told the BBC he regretted an out-of-court settlement in a previous plagiarism case in the US for his 2017 song. PhotographyHe emphasized that there was “no other option” but to fight the new demand in the UK.
Co-author of shape for youAnd John McKaidOf the Snow Patrol, he said the case “was really heavy and took” quite a bit of energy.
“The cost to our mental health and creativity was really noticeable”He confirmed his agreement to that in the era of flow Artists have to fight the rising tide of copyright lawsuits. (me)