It is yet to be determined how much Perry and the other defendants owe for copyright infringement to Marcus Gray and two co-authors of "Joyful Noise."
You can listen to both songs, below, to see if you hear the similarities:
Here's the song "Joyful Noise," performed by Gray, and released under the stage name Flame:
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"Perry initially began her career as a Christian artist named Katy Hudson."
Katy Perry's 'Dark Horse' copied a Christian rap song from 2009, a jury unanimously decided https://t.co/wWNn1YV6Y6— TIME (@TIME) July 30, 2019
What People Are Saying About Katy Perry and "Dark Horse"
Jury finds that Katy Perry's 2013 hit "Dark Horse" was copied from a 2009 Christian rap song; trial’s penalty phase will begin Tuesday. https://t.co/Uy1AgNlX2G— The Associated Press (@AP) July 30, 2019
More Than 42K People Are Talking About This
#BREAKING: A downtown Los Angeles jury today sided with a Christian rapper who claims a portion of Katy Perry's 2013 hit "Dark Horse" was lifted from his song "Joyful Noise," with the panel calling the passages in the two songs substantially similar. https://t.co/2Ot2IuF8iX— Oscar Flores (@oflores) July 30, 2019
Katy Perry Loses 'Dark Horse' Copyright Lawsuit https://t.co/y9QbUl1kEK— TMZ (@TMZ) July 30, 2019
The Internet Is Full of Feelings
Katy Perry's 2013 hit Dark Horse copied a 2009 song called Joyful Noise by Christian rapper Flame, jury finds. https://t.co/Vf4G9SsJss— Twitter Moments (@TwitterMoments) July 30, 2019
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