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The plaintiff is blaming it on Grande’s record label.
He has since brought the case to the record label, who instructed him to send in a demo for assessment. However, the company does not believe that any aspect of the arrangement was appropriated for Grande’s advantage.
O’Connor also alleges that UMG had discovered his music online, and has used elements of his compositions to produce singles for other artists including Taylor Swift and Mike Shinoda. He’s effectively suing the record label and is asking for royalties from “Side to Side,” as well as a songwriting credit.