Radiohead claims Lana Del Rey stole their "Creep"

Not wanting to be seen choosing sides, however, the Song 2 guitarist replied to a fan asking who he liked best, writing: "Always thought "creep" was incredible- I love Lana del Rey too".

Suing her over similarities between their 1992 hit, "Creep" from their debut album and her "Lust for Life" song "Get Free", Radiohead are hot on the heels of Lana Del Rey. On the very same day, the singer cleared that what's going on. 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 added.

It's true about the lawsuit.

Confirming the news on Twitter, Lana Del Rey has been accused of ripping off Radiohead's 1992 hit "Creep" on her latest "Lust for Life" album.

Del Rey, Rick Nowels, and Kieron Menzies are presently working on "Get Free" as the writers, which some listeners have linked to "Creep". Songwriters of The Hollies track, Albert Hammond and Mike Hazlewood, were listed as co-writers on Creep following an out of court settlement. She posted pictures and videos of her first concert on her social media which held in Minneapolis on Sunday, January 7. She will follow up with her performance on Tuesday in Denver. He said, "We wrote more than enough songs for the record".

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