Frank Ocean Sued by Producer for Channel Orange Song

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It seems Frank Ocean forgot to thank someone on Grammy night…and he’s not about to forget it. Micah Otano is suing the singer, claiming he didn’t receive credit for his work on the album’s song, “Lost.”

Ocean’s producer Otano may have two reasons to feel slighted; He’s also suing co-writer and producer Malay for passing the work off as his own, claiming he co-created “Daylight,” the song

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from which “Lost” is based.

According to E!,”Malay (through his lawyers) lied to Otano, claiming that Malay ‘completely re-recorded’ Otano’s work in the process of creating ‘Lost,’ ” according to the lawsuit. “Malay did so in order to convince Otano to sign away his rights in “Daylight” for $1,500, despite the fact that Malay did use Otano’s performances in Lost.’ “

Otano is suing for copyright infringement and declaratory relief, rescission and restitution, fraud in the inducement, and breach of contract. In addition to suing Frank Ocean and Malay, the producer is also suing Def Jam Music Group and Universal Music Group.

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