Katy Perry and Collaborators Ordered to Pay $2.78M Over ''Dark Horse'' Copyright Case

The singer, her collaborators and her record label must pay up following a copyright case.

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Katy Perry has been ordered to pay up following a copyright case that's been making headlines.

This comes after a Los Angeles jury on Monday found that Katy Perry's 2013 song "Dark Horse" copied a 2009 Christian rap song called "Joyful Noise."

On Thursday, a jury determined that Perry and her collaborators will have to pay $2.78 million in damages, according to reports.

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"LOS ANGELES (AP) — Katy Perry, her collaborators and her record label must pay more than $2.78 million because the pop star's 2013 hit "Dark Horse" copied a 2009 Christian rap song, a federal jury decided Thursday. It was an underdog victory for rapper ..."

- cleveland.com

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