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  1. I never wanted to believe the Britney Jean album was dubbed by Myah Marie. That said, six years later, the allegations persist, and there is some audio evidence that Myah Marie did dub certain parts (such as the chorus of Brightest Morning Star—I've listened to Myah's raw takes as well as Britney's—the "take me home" part of Alien and the "Not alone" hook of Alien). Note: ad-libs like those heard at the end of Tik Tik Boom don't actually qualify as dubbing. This video resumes all of the allegations: Years ago, after gathering evidence, a Michael Jackson fan brought a lawsuit against Sony Music over three songs alleged to have been dubbed by vocalist Jason Malachi on a posthumous release called Michael. Sony, however, managed to win twice: https://www.mjvibe.com/sony-wins-fake-michael-jackson-recording-claims-for-second-time/ The case is still ongoing, though: This takes us to Britney Jean, an RCA (Sony Music) release. I've spoken to a lawyer, and here's how it goes. If the allegations are true, fraud was indeed committed by a number of participants (Anthony Preston, will.i.am, William Orbit, Julian Prindle, David Guetta and so on + Myah Marie, Britney Spears and RCA executives). In order to initiate legal action... 1. We'd need a forensic analysis of the lead vocals of the Britney Jean album. Such an analysis could cost around $400 per hour, and it would likely take a few days at least. The analyst would need to (if not already familiar) take some time to get familiar w/ Britney Spears' recording voice, and then do the same thing w/ Myah Marie's by listening to her own solo material. Would any of you be interested in crowdfunding the analysis? 2. We'd need a plaintiff, preferably someone living in the United States who purchased a copy of Britney Jean (hence gave RCA money) believing Britney Spears was indeed the lead vocalist of all songs. 3. We'd need witnesses, credible witnesses. Lawyers don't like conspiracy theories, and they'd need credible witnesses as in individuals close to the situation who may have seen or heard something and have a serious reason to believe dubbing indeed occurred on that record. 4. We'd need to explain why would RCA commit such fraud knowing the risk, the liability that it is, esp. after the Milli Vanilli scandal and since Myah Marie's own father, Murray Langston, claimed his daughter was dubbing Britney's voice months prior to the album's release. Unless we come up with a plausible explanation, our accusation may be seen as a baseless conspiracy theory. To conclude, if there was indeed some dubbing, proving all of Body Ache and most of Work B***h, Chillin' With You and Til It's Gone were also dubbed is going to be harder. Note: In the booklet, Myah Marie's credited for singing background vocals on Work *****, Tik Tik Boom, Til It's Gone, Chillin' With You and Now That I Found You. On SoundBetter, Myah Marie confirms in her credits to have also done background vocals on Alien, It Should Be Easy and Body Ache. On her Spotify playlist Songs I've Been a Part of, Myah Marie confirms to have also done background vocals on Don't Cry, Brightest Morning Star and Hold on Tight.
  2. I know you guys find it annoying that people have been making why hasn’t ___ and ____ said something threads… but it jusr irks me. They have more power than most people in the business, and far more money than any entity like Lou or Jamie. Outside of the court industrial complex made out of the conservatorship model, Sony still can legally make a statement. The Spears cannot gag label heads. It’s not that I expect there to be much of a difference now, but I am annoyed that they genuinely did NOTHING following this Perhaps before JIVE and RCA were unaware of the extent of and the depth of the damage and abuse that Britney has endured, but you would think that after the AUDIO of the court date leaked and confirmed everything, that they would have said something. she is a legacy artist and much of her success is built off what she did prior to the conservatorship. I’m glad former label people in Framing Britney spoke up but it’s not the same as someone with genuine power TODAY. Industry heads who can make serious contractual consequences for Jamie Spears and co. I don’t expect, nor want the label to drop her or participate in some sort of “muting”, especially if Britney is listening to the deluxe edition of self titled but I am irritated that no one has said anything. where are the actual ones in power within the industry? Shouldn’t RCA/ Sony say something or have they been compliant? Could they not have witnessed the abuse?? #FREEBRITNEY 🌹✨🌸🌺🌺🌺✨✨
  3. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.marke*****ch.com/amp/story/a-year-after-george-michaels-death-how-singers-costly-legal-battle-with-sony-changed-the-music-industry-2017-12-28
  4. After 11 years, Simon's Syco Music and Sony Music entertainment are to part ways. Sony Music was Syco's distribution label for X Factor acts like Little Mix, Camila Cabello, Cher Lloyd and countless others. It's not without any controversy as several groups and artists have called Syco on artistic directions such as Cher Lloyd, who butted heads with Simon on the direction of "Sorry I'm Late." She got out of the contract after several delays. The album was quietly released, but Cher, Syco and Sony did no promotion at all. It's rumored Simon prevented Cher from signing to any label. She had to establish an independent record label to find a loop hole for major label distribution. Fifth Harmony's original contracts between management and Syco gave the girls less creative control and money issues. A lawyer through Larry Rudolph saw that the contract basically made them work for free. Little Mix is a little more controversial. They and Modest! Management called out Simon over creative control. Lack of several writing credits, including "Woman Like Me" (the platinum BPI hit with Nicki Minaj). They took him to court. The court ruled in the Girls favor. Little Mix switched LM5 to RCA UK, but because of this, Simon refuses to work with Modest! Management so he let Rak Su go cos of this. They went To RCA. With the 10-year One Direction announcement coming, it seems Syco and Sony separated due to the boys Being with Modest! Management. Sony will own the masters to previous Syco releases, but future Syco issues like Camila, who still owes four more album to Syco, will be independent music releases.
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