Bruno Mars is being accused of stealing his Grammy award-winning anthem ‘Uptown Funk.’
According to reports, a rep for The Sequence — the first female group to release a rap record on the legendary Sugar Hill Records — claim Bruno’s ‘Uptown Funk’ sounds similar to their 70s hit ‘Funk You Up.’
While the group hasn’t filed a lawsuit yet, their rep Kali Bowyer claims the hooks on both songs sound similar.
After giving both tunes a listen, The Sequence’s ‘Funk You Up’ faintly reminds us of Bruno’s ‘Uptown Funk,’ but we’re not sure if it’s enough to go to trial with.
What say you? Give it a listen and let us know in the poll below.
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