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February 2, 2010 by USA Post 

urban dictionary| |,Modern music lovers know the Black Eyed Peas as having achieved great success, Grammy Award-winning hip-hop recording group.

But you are also just a bunch of ego jackers?

And online music magazine so that begs the question last year when she appeared for the first time comparisons between the Chicago rapper song, Boom dynamite, and peas’ hit prosperity prisoner of war. Said Jack swagger, according to the urban, is a tradition – a person who is devoted to another person or style of music.

Combustible issue blew up in a federal lawsuit filed last week by Chicago singer Ebony Latrice Batts, also known as the Phoenix phenomenon, and her manager and producer, Manfred Mohr of Aurora. The husband says peas stolen from the boom, which won the Grammy in peas on Sunday night for best short form video.

“And the link parts of the song to a similar degree remarkable that there can be no other interpretation is unreasonable that the Black Eyed Peas song copies Phoenix,” according to the lawsuit.

Moore wrote Batts boom dynamite in 2007 and referred it to the Peas’ registration of the mark, the lawsuit said. Boom dynamite and Chicago received some radio play, and a video, it appears Batts in the diaphragm, uniform erosion fans, has been on YouTube (

Watch? V = 0O0q_xBu2IQ) since January 2008.

Boom prisoner of war (

Watch? V = 4m48GqaOz90) was released in March 2009. The song spent 12 weeks at No. 1 and has been downloaded more than four million times, according to the lawsuit, which seeks to obtain credit writing songs, and punitive damages.

IRA Gold, deputy husband, “said Batts was not aware of peas’ tune up to several Chicago DJs called her to point to similarities. Finally, when I heard the boom Batts prisoner of war, said Gold, and she began to cry.

“She was exposed to destruction because of that,” he said.

Peas and won three Grammys on Sunday with the honor for the prosperity prisoner of war, including best pop performance because I got the feeling and best pop vocal album award for the end of

R & B singer BeyoncĂ© won six awards, including song of the year – the most won by female artist in a single event.

(20 years), the country’s old pop starlet Taylor Swift walked away with four Grammys, including Album of the Year, while the Tennessee rock band Kings of Leon and the surprise was honored in a record year for the category pop radio hit one of them to use.

Zac Brown Band won Best New Artist.

Alternator hard won for best rock album, the first Grammy victory. Neil Young, also won the first Grammy, received the award for best boxed or special limited edition package.

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