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Jay Z And Timbaland Sued By Hines For Infrigement Violation



Ernie Hines Sues Jay Z And Timbaland 

As indicated by the Blast, and now TMZ, a 81-year-old artist is suing a consortium of substances and specialists driven by Jay Z, after discovering that his tune saw unlawfully examined, quite a while before. 

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Ernie Hiles is the 81-year inquirer is pointing to “Help Me Put Out the Flame (In My Heart),” a 7″ single that was pressed in 1970 while he occupied a residency over at Stax Records.

Hines’ lawyer strikingly asserts that none of the blamed (Jay-Z, Timbaland, Roc-A-Fella Records, Def Jam Recordings, Universal Music Group, or Sony Music) at any point connected with his customer anytime, significantly less amid the time of ’98-2001 when those songs were in turn. 
With the rhythm section of Hines’ song applied to both, Jay-Z’s “Paper Chase” (Vol. 2… Hard Knock Life), and Ginuwine’s “Toe 2 Toe” (100% Ginuwine), the 81-year old’ (under the counsel of his attorney) is seeking a remuneration of $2,000,000 for copyright infringement.

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His lawyer, Christopher Brown talked about the vocalist’s infirmity and absence of information/enthusiasm for current hip-bounce as the purpose behind the pass in time, however not the oversight (songs he never knew existed.

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