Chris Brown is under fire again, with Calvin Harris claiming that the R&B star ripped off his No 1 single, I'm Not Alone. The Scottish musician said he "choked on [his] cornflakes" when Brown's new single, Yeah 3x, came on the radio while he was eating breakfast.
"Stealing is still stealing, doesn't matter who you are," Harris wrote on Twitter. "[Just] because Chris Brown is an international celebrity doesn't make it OK to rip off a guy from UK not many people have heard of." Harris is being modest. I'm Not Alone debuted in April 2009 at the top of the UK charts, knocking Lady Gaga's Poker Face from the peak position. It also reached No 5 on the European Hot 100. The LP it's taken from, Ready for the Weekend, later crowned the album charts.
I'm Not Alone is gentler than Yeah 3x, which is inspired by David Guetta's hard Euro-dance sound. But there's certainly a common cadence to both tracks. "Happy for people to make their own mind up," Harris said, explaining he has no plans to sue Brown or his label. "What good would that do?"
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