David Banner, Marsha Ambrosius and Ludacris being Sued For Alleged Copyright Infringement off The Blues Legend Tyrone Davis 1979 song "Be With Me"
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Sued For Alleged Copyright Infringement
The lawsuit, filed by the song's producer and publishing company, claims that the trio illegally sampled Davis' tune on their 2010 collaboration, "Be With You" featured on Banner's album,
Death of a Pop Star, a project released in collaboration with producer 9th Wonder---who along with co-producer Warryn Campbell has been noticeably left off the filing.
Davis---who died at the age of 66 in 2005 from complications after suffering a stroke---released "Be With Me" to moderate chart success.
He is perhaps best known for his Billboard R&B #1 hits "Can I Change My Mind" (1968), "Turn Back The Hands Of Time" (1970), and "Turning Point" (1975).
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