Kendrick Lamar & SZA Reach Settlement In "All The Stars" Lawsuit: Report

We did not get a brand new album from Kendrick Lamar or SZA this yr, however they did launch one the most popular songs 2018, “All The Stars.” The music was launched as the primary single f the Top Dawg & Kendrick-curated Black Panther: The Album. The two TDE artists had been later sued by an artist who accused them ripping f her work for the music’s music video. Despite the authorized battles, they settled issues proper earlier than the vacations.

According to The Blast, Lina Iris Viktor got here to an settlement with the artists concerned within the “All The Stars” lawsuit to have the case dropped. Court paperwork had been filed on December 21st revealing that every one the claims towards Kendrick and SZA in addition to different events have been dismissed.

Viktor accused Kendrick Lamar and SZA ripping f her artwork items, “Constellations I,” “Constellations II” and “Constellations III,” within the “All The Stars” video for “Black Panther.” She claimed she beforehand refused to present them permission to make use of it after the movie’s producers requested permission to make use of the art work for the movie. She claimed they requested if she’d create new art work for the movie as a substitute. She stated she denied their request on each events. However, they allegedly tried to recreate her art work and he or she sued for copyright infringement.