All Saints Claim Zara Larsson’s Song “TG4M” Is A “Blatant Rip Off” Of “Pure Shores”

Too good for me.

Zara Larsson's new record So Good is reportedly the most-streamed debut album by any female artist on Spotify ever, and there's no signs of slowing down. The pop star just released a piano ballad rendition of "Only You" and now has her sights set on promoting "TG4M."

The 19-year-old Swedish singer asked fans what they think should be the next single from the record. Many of them answered with "TG4M." Zara responded by liking only the Tweets that featured that song title.




That's bad news for All Saints. The band accused Zara of copying their song "Pure Shores." They Tweeted she was a "THIEF" (in all capital letters). In a now-deleted Tweet, band member Natalie Appleton said “THIEF! @ZaraLarsson. TG4M is a blatant rip off of our hit Pure Shores! Find your OWN Sound. Where’s our royalties???”



My thoughts – "TG4M" is a solid single contender. And personally, I do not believe it sounds like All Saints' "Pure Shores."

Ed Sheeran recently gave TLC's "No Scrubs" songwriters writing credits on his Divide single "Shape Of You" simply to avoid any potential copyright lawsuit. Is this what our world is coming to? Can anyone even share a BPM anymore?

Listen and compare:




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