Bruno Mars Settles One of His 'Uptown Funk' Ripoff Lawsuits

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Bruno MarsOne Less ‘Uptown Funk’ Lawsuit On His Hands

4/13/2018 7:42 AM PDT


Bruno Mars is putting one of the alleged ripoff lawsuits over “Uptown Funk” behind him … TMZ has learned.

Bruno and ’80s funk band Collage have dismissed the lawsuit over the hit song … according to docs. Both sides agreed to drop the matter permanently. They don’t spell out whether any money changed hands.

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Collage and the publishing company had sued Bruno, Sony Music and Mark Ronson … claiming ‘Uptown’ jacked the rhythm, harmony and melody of their song, “Young Girls.”

As huge a hit as ‘Uptown’ has been … it’s brought Bruno and Ronson major legal headaches. They’ve been sued multiple times for stealing.

They’re still dealing with lawsuits from ’70s and ’80s all-female group The Sequence … as well as Zapp & Roger.

For now … one down.

Source:: TMZ – Music News