Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – Jungkook BTS was accused of plagiarism for his latest solo single entitled Seven. These accusations first came from reports Korean local media said that the song was plagiarized Time of Maska Fin.KL song produced by Yang Joon-young and released in 2000.
Responding to these accusations, the agency that oversees BTS, BIGHIT MUSIC strongly denied the allegations. They explained singles Seven does not violate copyright.
“We want to inform you that the claim of copyright infringement regarding Jungkook’s ‘Seven’ is not true,” BIGHIT MUSIC said in a statement. Soompi.
BIGHIT said, Seven is a song created through the collaboration of five foreign composers, and it is a creation that has absolutely nothing to do with the songs on the album as some have claimed.
BIGHIT claims that the accusations made by the first generation K-pop producer are one-sided. Jungkook’s first single also did not meet the criteria for being suspected of plagiarism.
For your information, since its release, Seven Jungkook’s song has made history when setting new records and topping many charts including Billboard, Spotify, Official Charts, and many more.
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