Top 5 Pop Songs Stolen From Other Pop Songs

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There are really only 12 notes, so it’s fairly unrealistic to think every major artist can always be completely original. However, it seems over the years many chart toppers have become truly lazy, choosing instead to “borrow” a popular tune of the past to “re-brand” it as their own…

Here are 5 of the clearest examples we’ve seen over the past few years….

#1 Fergie – J.J. Fad – Salt ‘N Pepa

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Original – Artist: Salt-N-Pepa – Song: Push it – Released: 1986
Stolen by – Artist: J. J. Fad – Song: Supersonic – Released: 1988
Stolen again by – Artist: Fergie – Song: Fergalicious – Released: 2006

 

#2 Robin Thicke – Marvin Gaye

Original – Artist: Marvin Gaye – Song: got to give it up – Released: 1977
Stolen by – Artist: Robin Thicke – Song: Blurred Lines – Released: 2013

#3 Katy Perry – Sara Bareilles

Original – Artist: Sara Bareilles – Song: Brave – Released: April 23rd 2013
Stolen by – Artist: Katy Perry – Song: Roar – Released: August 10th 2013

#4 Avril Lavigne – The Rubinoos

Original – Artist: The Rubinoos – Song: I want to be your boyfriend – Released: 1977
Stolen by – Artist: Avril Lavigne – Song: Girlfriend – Released: 2007

 

#5 Chris Brown – Calvin Harris

Original – Artist: Calvin Harris – Song: I’m not alone – Released: 2009
Stolen by – Artist: Chris Brown – Song: Yeah 3x – Released: 2010

 

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