Rapper Roddy Ricch is reportedly dealing with a lawsuit over his hit unmarried “The Field.”

As reported via TMZ, on Tuesday December 6, soul singer Greg Perry has filed a lawsuit in opposition to Roddy Ricch, Atlantic Data and manufacturer 30 Roc with allegations that his track “Come on Down (Get Your Head Out of the Clouds)” was once used for Roddy Ricch’s hit track with out right kind clearance.

Perry reportedly claims Roddy Ricch and his group willfully infringed upon his copyright, with the evidence “obviously and convincingly” being within the similarities between the 2 songs’ intros.

Perry claims Roddy, 30 and Atlantic directly swiped the chords from the start of his track for the hole of Roddy’s 2019 unmarried, which dropped precisely 3 years in the past. Perry is looking for unspecified damages.

Roddy Ricch’s “The Field” is the fourth unmarried off his debut album “Please Excuse Me for Being Delinquent.” The track reached platinum standing 3 months after its liberate and simplest took two years to be qualified diamond via the Recoding Business Affiliation of The united states. The only spent an excellent general of eleven weeks atop the Billboard Scorching 100 chart.

His track “The Field” gained Music of the Yr on the Apple Song Awards and BET Hip Hop Awards in 2020, and was once nominated for 3 Grammys together with Very best Rap Music, Music of the Yr and Very best Melodic Rap Efficiency in 2021.