The iconic song from "Frozen," "Let It Go," was ripped off from a famous international artist, who is now suing everyone connected with the hit.
Jaime Ciero claims in a new lawsuit "Let It Go" was obviously inspired by his song, "Volar." Ciero recorded the song in 2008 and it was played globally. Ciero calls the song "a huge international success reaching millions of listeners and landing on numerous charts of the most popular, top-performing songs."
Ciero says the obvious similarities include note combinations, structures, hooks, melodies, lyrics, themes, production and textures.
He's suing Disney, Idina Menzel who recorded it for the movie, Demi Lovato who recorded the single and others.
Ciero wants profits from the movie, the music, the marketing.
After taking home the Latin Grammy awards for Song of the Year, Record of the Year, Best Short Form Video and Best Urban Fusion/Performance for his smash hit with Daddy Yankee, "Despacito," Luis Fonsi dropped a brand new music video starring Demi Lovato at midnight Friday (November 17).
In the video for "Echame La Culpa (or "Put the Blame on Me"), the music superstars team up as lovers ready to make amends by taking the blame. Lovato sings in both Spanish and English on the upbeat, vibrant tune, pleading, "I don't really, really wanna fight anymore / I don't really, really wanna fake it no more / Play me like a fiddle, baby, just let it be / So come and put the blame on me."