Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams accused of plagiarism
Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams have, according to musician Richard Morrill, his number Who’s Got My Lightah used for their song Spark the Fire.
Morrill complains Stefani and Williams, writes entertainmentsite The Hollywood Reporter.
He finds that Stefani and Williams, Spark the Fire together wrote, clearly have made use of the L. A. P. D.-number Who’s Got My Lightah (1996).
Morill was the singer of the band L. A. P. D., Korn was, but began his career as a barber. He says that Stefani in the nineties, sometimes in his salon, which he had the number to her left hear, and its even a CD need where it arose.
When he recently Spark the Fire listened, he heard his lyrics and the way certain words were pronounced by Stefani. It is also the melody and the rhythm is according to Morill a copy of his number.