Doja Cat's Attempt to Rap Ye & Ty Dolla $ign’s “Back To Me" Lyrics Amid Sample Clearance Drama Sparks Hilarity and Buzz

Doja Cat Takes on Kanye West's 'Vultures 1' Lyrics, Showing a Hilarious Struggle to Rap the Lyrics

Doja Cat's Hilarious Attempt at Kanye West's "Back to Me" Lyrics Sparks Viral Buzz Amid Sample Clearance Drama
In a recent TikTok upload, Doja Cat found herself in a moment of lighthearted struggle as she attempted to recall and recite lyrics from Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign's "Back to Me," a track from the Vultures 1 album. The specific line she grappled with, famously sampled from the 1999 film Dogma, goes: "Beautiful, big titty, b*tt-naked women just don’t fall out the sky, you know?"

Despite her best efforts, Doja Cat couldn't help but laugh and stumble over the tongue-twisting alliteration, creating an amusing moment for fans and viewers alike.

Doja Cat's Attempt at Rapping Kanye West's 'Vultures 1' Lyrics Leaves Fans Laughing:

Interestingly, the sampling of this particular line stands out amidst the broader context of sample clearance issues surrounding the Vultures 1 album. While Kanye West faced challenges with clearing samples from artists like Ozzy Osbourne and the estate of Donna Summer, the inclusion of the Dogma sample proved to be relatively unproblematic.

However, other samples on the album weren't as fortunate. Both Osbourne and Summer's estate raised objections to West's use of their music, resulting in legal disputes and the removal of certain tracks from streaming platforms.

In response to the refusal of sample clearances, Kanye creatively adapted by replacing some samples with interpolations of his own music. Despite these efforts, legal action was taken by Summer's estate, who argued that even the use of interpolations constituted copyright infringement.

As a result, "Good (Don’t Die)," a track featuring the contested sample, was removed from streaming services, highlighting the complexities and challenges artists face in navigating the world of sample clearance and copyright law.

Doja Cat's lighthearted moment of struggle with the "Back to Me" lyrics serves as a reminder of the fun and humorous side of hip-hop culture, even amidst the legal intricacies and controversies that can accompany music production and release.

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