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lce Spice & Her Producer Riot Sued For Copyright Infringement, Artist Claims They Copied His Song For Ice’s “In Ha Mood”

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lce Spice & Her Producer Riot Sued For Copyright Infringement, Artist Claims They Copied His Song For Ice’s “In Ha Mood”

In ha hood she’s like Princess Defendant! According to TMZ, Ice Spice is being sued for copyright infringement over her song “In Ha Mood.”

Per the report, D.Chamberz claims Ice’s recording copies the beat, lyrics, hook, rhythmic structure, metrical placement, and narrative context of his single, “In That Mood,” released in January 2022.

He says he recorded the track a year before Ice Spice dropped her single “In Ha Mood.”
D.Chamberz says Ice Spice’s producer, Riot, may have caught wind of his song because it was played repeatedly in a NYC area where Riot lives and it managed to get airplay on Hot 97.

It’s important to note that Ice Spice’s “In Ha Mood” is certified gold as of May 2023. The plaintiff is seeking at least half of the song’s publishing rights, other revenue, and damages.

Ice Spice first gained major recognition in late 2022 with her song “Munch (Feelin’ U)”, which achieved viral popularity on TikTok. She followed it with “Bikini Bottom” and “In Ha Mood”, leading up to her debut EP, Like..? (2023).

She achieved her first entry on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart with the Lil Tjay collaboration “Gangsta Boo”.

She rose to prominence with the collaborations “Boy’s a Liar Pt. 2” (with PinkPantheress), “Princess Diana” (with Nicki Minaj), “Karma” (with Taylor Swift), and “Barbie World” (with Minaj and Aqua), all of which reached the top 10 of the Hot 100, making Ice Spice the first artist to garner four Hot 100 top-10 singles in 2023. She continued releasing solo hits with “Deli”.

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