Namie Amuro: Did She Steal G-DRAGON’s Song?

Blogged By: La Tray

Blog Source: All K Pop – YouTube

Video Credit: YouTube (a36501989) /YouTube (YGEntertainment)

Posted: Friday November 11, 2011 @ 12: 15 am PST

Topic: Namie Amuro – G-DRAGON

Namie Amuro is causing controversy over her latest song “Sit! Stay! Wait! Down!”, listeners of the song have criticized the song for sounding similar to  G-DRAGON’s song “Heartbreaker”.

Amuro’s song “Sit! Stay! Wait! Down! is the second song raising eyebrows, her song “Black Diamond” brought up a debate that the song sound like Janet Jackson’s song “Feedback”.

G-DRAGON’s Heartbreaker has a faster beat than “Sit! Stay! Wait! Down!, however; the beat is a little similar but there’s some difference.

Namie Amuro also known as Amuro Namie.

DO YOU THINK THE TWO SONGS SOUND ALIKE?  OR DO YOU THINK THERE’S A DIFFERENCE? PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT. THANKS

 

1 thought on “Namie Amuro: Did She Steal G-DRAGON’s Song?

  1. well if they say she’s plagiarizing him,then i would say that he’s “g-dragon’ imitates japan’s ‘Hyde’ in his all aspects—you could just see the hair color and style!!!
    another thing whic i came to realize in his so-called mv ‘heart breaker’….he could actually imitate namie herself in the choreography of her song ‘do me more’?? add to it the masks on his dancers as well…looks familiar —though they compared ‘namie’s do more to lady gaga’s—which is another thing!!!
    in my openion…there are no way to compare both cause if you do that you’d end up to realize one thing which is” all of the songs around the globe are being plagiarized !!”
    finally i would like to say that i like both j pop and k pop and i wish that they’d reach to mutual understanding and stop accusing each others—-heh—so tiring to write a bout such issues…sorry 4 the elaboration—hope to hear from u more…

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