Crayon Pop’s ‘Lonely Christmas’ Suspected of Plagiarism


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After several previous plagiarism accusations, Crayon Pop is dealing with yet another issue, as Crayon Pop’s newest song Lonely Christmas may have been plagiarized.

In a phone conversation with enews on December 3, a rep from Chrome said, “The composer of the song Lonely Christmas is on his way to our office now. We had no idea in regards to the song being plagiarized until now and are in a state of confusion.”

“We will decide on whether the company will release an official statement or have the composer release an official apology, after meeting with the composer,” he said. “Nothing has been decided as of now.”

After releasing the song Lonely Christmas on November 26, it has been pointed out that the beginning part of the song is similar to the opening theme song for a Japanese animation Lupin III.

Netizens have since been quickly comparing the two songs on online communities, magnifying the issue.

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Setelah beberapa tuduhan plagiarisme sebelumnya, saat ini Crayon Pop berurusan dengan masalah lain, lagu terbaru Crayon Pop ‘Lonely Christmas’ diduga menjiplak dari lagu jepang.

Dalam percakapan telepon dengan enews pada tanggal 3 Desember, perwakilan dari Chrome mengatakan, “komposer dari lagu ‘Lonely Christmas’  sedang dalam perjalanan menuju ke kantor kami sekarang. Kami tidak tahu mengenai penjiplakan lagu sampai saat ini dan kami sedang berada dalam keadaan kebingungan. Belum ada keputusaan apapun saat ini.”

“Setelah bertemu dengan komposer, Kami akan memutuskan apakah perusahaan akan merilis pernyataan resmi atau komposer yang akan merilis permintaan maafnya secara resmi”

Setelah merilis lagu ‘Lonely Christmas’ pada tanggal 26 November, telah menunjukkan bahwa bagian awal dari lagu tersebut mirip dengan pembukaan lagu tema untuk animasi Jepang ‘Lupin III’.

Source : mwave

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