Lana Del Rey Fans Are Pissed About the Radiohead Lawsuit

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Del Rey, Rick Nowels, and Kieron Menzies are presently working on "Get Free" as the writers, which some listeners have linked to "Creep".

It isn't new for artists to go head to head in court when they feel their music sounds a little too similar - and such is the case with Radiohead's 1992 song "Creep" and Lana Del Rey's recent "Get Free". The singer maintains that her work was not inspired by Thom Yorke and co., and fans have been very vocal in their support of Del Rey on social media.

Lana Del Rey says she's being sued by Radiohead. As previously reported, Del Rey offered Radiohead 40 percent of the publishing rights to "Get Free", but the band is insisting on 100% ownership. "Their lawyers have been relentless, so we will deal with it in court", she wrote.

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"It's true about the lawsuit", the singer shared with her Twitter followers.

Lana, Kieron Menzies, and Rick Nowels are now credited as the writer for "Get Free", which has become a subject of controversy as many fans linked it to the band's track "Creep".

"Get Free" is now credited with Lana Del Rey, Kieron Menzies and Rick Nowels as writers. She will follow up with her performance on Tuesday in Denver. "As she was putting it all together and picking songs, it all kind of tied into this theme of 'lust for life'". "As she was putting it all together and picking songs, it all kind of tied into this theme of 'lust for life'".

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