Post Malone has settled a lawsuit with the member of a Canadian rock band, Tyler Armes, alleging that he co-wrote the 2019's famous song, Circles, but wasn't given credit and compensation.
The alleger, Tyler Armes revealed he has a "significant input" on the bassline and helped with the keyboard chords and guitar melody during the recording session in August 2018.
He further added that even though the lyrics were not completed in that particular session, the final version of the Circles is "note for note rhythmically and melodically identical" to the one recorded with him.
On March 21, The Hollywood Reporter reported that before the jury selection on the case, the court was informed of the settlement between Malone and Armes, although the terms remain undisclosed.
Following Armes' lawsuit, Malone also registered a complain in New York federal court. which stated, "It is an age-old story in the music business that when a song earns the type of runaway success that 'Circles' has garnered, an individual will come out of the woodwork, falsely claim to take credit for the song, and demand unwarranted and unearned windfall profits from the song."
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