Tracy Chapman has won $450,000 in her copyright suit against Nicki Minaj.
It was reported back in 2018 that Chapman was suing Minaj for using a sample from her song “Baby Can I Hold You” in “Sorry”.
The Hollywood Reporter then claimed that documents released Thursday stated the pair would not proceed to a trial later this year and that Chapman had accepted Minaj’s offer.
Chapman also avoids being responsible for costs had a jury eventually decided her claims weren’t worth that amount.
TMZ previously claimed in October 2018 that Minaj and her reps had made “multiple requests to license” Chapman’s track in June of that year but they were all rejected.
Documents obtained by the Blast in February 2019 then stated Minaj had fired back at the suit, claiming that there was no wrongdoing on her part.
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